Katharine Hepburn and Joan Crawford are both considered cult heroines of iconoclastic style, who have left indelible marks on fashion and popular culture. This set of two books is dedicated to their famously insouciant style, and will appeal to the many fashion followers, of all ages, who still hold them as role models.
Katharine Hepburn by Jean Druesedow, et al. Hardcover. 176 pages. With contributions by Barbara Cohen-Stratyner, Judy Samelson, and Nancy MacDonell. In Association with The Kent State University Museum. Joan Crawford by Peter Cowie. Hardcover. 240 pages. Foreword by Mick Lasalle. Epilogue by George Cukor.