Jean-Louis Berthault dit Jean Louis est un créateur de costumes français, né le 5 octobre 1907 à Paris et mort le 20 avril 1997 à Palm Springs (Californie).Ayant fait l’essentiel de sa carrière à Hollywood, il est célèbre entre autres pour avoir créé la robe fourreau en satin noir de Rita Hayworth dans Gilda et la robe couleur chair que Marilyn Monroe portait le 19 mai 1962 lors de l’anniversaire de John Fitzgerald Kennedy au Madison Square Garden.↑ L’orthographe anglaise ne comporte pas de trait d’union.↑ Cette robe en gaze de soie blanche et strass, a été vendue en octobre 1999 pour 1,3 million US$ lors de la dispersion à New York des objets de la vedette.

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  • Jean-Louis Berthault dit Jean Louis est un créateur de costumes français, né le 5 octobre 1907 à Paris et mort le 20 avril 1997 à Palm Springs (Californie).Ayant fait l’essentiel de sa carrière à Hollywood, il est célèbre entre autres pour avoir créé la robe fourreau en satin noir de Rita Hayworth dans Gilda et la robe couleur chair que Marilyn Monroe portait le 19 mai 1962 lors de l’anniversaire de John Fitzgerald Kennedy au Madison Square Garden.
  • (Jaiotza-izena: Jean-Louis Berthault) Frantses jantzi-diseinugilea (Paris, 1909 - Los Angeles, 1997). Dekorazio-arteak ikasi zituen Parisen. Han ikasitakoak eragina izan zuen bere diseinu-lanetan. Agnès Drecollen Parisko jantzi-etxean hasi zen lanean, diseinugile gisa. New Yorkera joan zen bisitan, eta hango giroak liluratuta, bertan gelditu zen. Hattie Carnegierekin lan egin zuen zazpi urtez, Parisko moda Ameriketako bezeroen nahierara egokitzen. 1930eko hamarkadan, Windsorreko dukesak beretzat hartu zuen Little Carnegie Suit markaren sortzaileetako bat izan zen. Bezeroen artean, hainbat antzezle izan zituen, eta haien bidez, Columbia zinema-estudioetan hasi zen 1943an lanean. Hamazazpi urtez egon zen bertan, filmetarako jantzi-diseinua egiten. Zinemako izar askoren diseinatzailea izan zen filmetan, hala nola, Rita Hayworth, Judy Holliday, Rosalind Russell, Joan Crawford, Lana Turner, Doris Day, Katharine Hepburn, Vivien Leigh, Julie Andrews eta Liv Ullmanena. Jean Louis Inc. izeneko joskintza-etxea sortu zuen Beverly Hillsen, eta Hollywoodeko izarrez gainera, beste bezero famatu asko izan zituen. Hala ere, ez zion filmetan lan egiteari utzi. 1956an Jantzien Oscar Saria eman zioten Urrezko Cadillac filmagatik. Marilyn Monroek Madison Square Gardenen Happy Birthday Dear President abestia kantatzeko 1962an jantzi zuen soinekoa ere berak diseinatu zuen. Hainbat film ospetsuren jantziak diseinatu zituen: Gilda (1946), Shangaiko dama (1947), Carmen (1948), Salome (1953), Agurren dantza (1960).
  • Jean Louis, nato Jean Louis Berthault, (Parigi, 5 ottobre 1907 – Palm Springs, 20 aprile 1997), è stato un costumista francese naturalizzato statunitense.
  • Jean Louis (* 5. Oktober 1907 in Paris; † 20. April 1997 in Palm Springs, Kalifornien; eigentlich Jean Louis Berthault) war ein französisch-US-amerikanischer Kostümbildner und Modedesigner.
  • Jean Louis (born Jean Louis Berthault, October 5, 1907, Paris, France – April 20, 1997, Palm Springs, California, USA) was a French-born, Hollywood costume designer and an Academy Award winner for Costume Design. Before coming to Hollywood he worked in New York for fashion entrepreneur Hattie Carnegie, where the clientele included Joan Cohn, the wife of Columbia Pictures studio chief Harry Cohn. Louis worked as head designer for Columbia Pictures from 1944 to 1960. His most famous works include Rita Hayworth's black satin strapless dress from Gilda (1946), Marlene Dietrich's celebrated beaded souffle stagewear for her cabaret world tours, as well as the sheer, sparkling gown Marilyn Monroe wore when she sang "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" to John F. Kennedy in 1962. The dress was so tight that he actually had to sew it while she was wearing it. The sleek beaded dress design was passed down to other designers over time such as Gianni Versace. The idea of dresses being a nude color with crystals coating it, stunned audiences. It gave people the illusion that Hollywood stars were nude with rhinestones covering them head to toe. Marlene Dietrich, another designer, looked up to Jean Louis’s style of gowns after the dress for Marilyn Monroe was debuted.In 1993, four years after the death of his second wife, Louis married former client Loretta Young; they remained married until his death in 1997. He had designed Young's wardrobe for her TV program The Loretta Young Show (1953–61), an anthology show noted for Young's show-opening and closing scenes that had viewers tuning in especially to view her high-fashion outfit for that week. Young was known as the best-dressed actress in America at that time.Mr. Louis designed the beautiful dresses for Loretta Young in her television show, “The Loretta Young Show”. He later married Miss Young and her major fan base would tune into the show just to see the new extravagant dresses she would show off at the entrance of every show. He switched from designing for private clients to becoming head designer for Columbia Pictures and then later Universal studios.For over forty years, Jean Louis designed clothes for almost every star in Hollywood. Around sixty of his designs appeared in movies, and he was eventually nominated for 13 Academy Awards. Some of his clients included, Lana Turner, Vivien Leigh, Joan Crawford, Julie Andrews, Katharine Hepburn, and Judy Garland. Some of his film credits included, “A Star is Born”, “Ship of Fools”, “From Here to Eternity”, “Thoroughly Modern Millie”, and he won an Oscar for his designs in “The Solid Gold Cadillac” in 1956.In 1937, a year after Jean moved to the United States, he designed a suit that became an icon in the fashion world. The Carnegie suit was one of the first fashions to become very well-liked as an American name design. The fitted blazer and long pencil skirt was worn by several actresses in society at the time. The Duchess of Windsor became one of his most reputable clients as well as the First Lady Nancy Reagan in the 1980s. He was known for his simple but elegant designs that had few irrelevant details. He liked to design dresses that were very form fitting, sleek, and with beading designs to make the simple cut of the dresses stand out.
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  • Jean-Louis Berthault dit Jean Louis est un créateur de costumes français, né le 5 octobre 1907 à Paris et mort le 20 avril 1997 à Palm Springs (Californie).Ayant fait l’essentiel de sa carrière à Hollywood, il est célèbre entre autres pour avoir créé la robe fourreau en satin noir de Rita Hayworth dans Gilda et la robe couleur chair que Marilyn Monroe portait le 19 mai 1962 lors de l’anniversaire de John Fitzgerald Kennedy au Madison Square Garden.↑ L’orthographe anglaise ne comporte pas de trait d’union.↑ Cette robe en gaze de soie blanche et strass, a été vendue en octobre 1999 pour 1,3 million US$ lors de la dispersion à New York des objets de la vedette.
  • Jean Louis, nato Jean Louis Berthault, (Parigi, 5 ottobre 1907 – Palm Springs, 20 aprile 1997), è stato un costumista francese naturalizzato statunitense.
  • Jean Louis (* 5. Oktober 1907 in Paris; † 20. April 1997 in Palm Springs, Kalifornien; eigentlich Jean Louis Berthault) war ein französisch-US-amerikanischer Kostümbildner und Modedesigner.
  • Jean Louis (born Jean Louis Berthault, October 5, 1907, Paris, France – April 20, 1997, Palm Springs, California, USA) was a French-born, Hollywood costume designer and an Academy Award winner for Costume Design. Before coming to Hollywood he worked in New York for fashion entrepreneur Hattie Carnegie, where the clientele included Joan Cohn, the wife of Columbia Pictures studio chief Harry Cohn. Louis worked as head designer for Columbia Pictures from 1944 to 1960.
  • (Jaiotza-izena: Jean-Louis Berthault) Frantses jantzi-diseinugilea (Paris, 1909 - Los Angeles, 1997). Dekorazio-arteak ikasi zituen Parisen. Han ikasitakoak eragina izan zuen bere diseinu-lanetan. Agnès Drecollen Parisko jantzi-etxean hasi zen lanean, diseinugile gisa. New Yorkera joan zen bisitan, eta hango giroak liluratuta, bertan gelditu zen. Hattie Carnegierekin lan egin zuen zazpi urtez, Parisko moda Ameriketako bezeroen nahierara egokitzen.
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