• Created Date
  • 1939
  • Description
  • Irene Dunne, film actress. From the back: "The Shingle Haircut--was IT during 1927 and that's why Irene Dunne is wearing it in Paramoun'ts 'Invitation to Happiness,' opposite Fred MacMurray. The hair is done in authentic reproduction of the popular coiffure of that period and Miss Dunne's hats are the helmet type, or cloche, which women favored in the 1927 millinery trend. The shingle swirls across the back, is combed forward in front with wha... more
    Irene Dunne, film actress. From the back: "The Shingle Haircut--was IT during 1927 and that's why Irene Dunne is wearing it in Paramoun'ts 'Invitation to Happiness,' opposite Fred MacMurray. The hair is done in authentic reproduction of the popular coiffure of that period and Miss Dunne's hats are the helmet type, or cloche, which women favored in the 1927 millinery trend. The shingle swirls across the back, is combed forward in front with what we might call a 'spit curl' effect at the sides.". less
  • Format
  • image
    photograph
    Scanned at 600ppi with an Epson 20000 flatbed scanner. Image then rotated, cropped, level-adjusted, and sharpened using Photoshop CS3. Converted to a JPEG2000 image upon ingest into CONTENTdm
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