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Peggy Hamilton modeling a formal gown and shoulder cape of black net, encrusted in square gold palettes and sequins by Paramount costume designer Travis Banton. This photograph appears in Peggy Hamilton’s Los Angeles Times feature "Fashions," December 27, 1931, pg. G3. Text from negative sleeve: Peggy Hamilton. Paramount Studio. Dec. 1931. New head dress (cr..s part). Gold & Blk net gown. Travis Banton creation. Gene Richee photo. Travis Banton was the chief designer at Paramount Pictures. He is considered one of the most important Hollywood costume designers of the 1930s. Eugene Richee was a studio photographer who worked for Paramount Pictures from 1925 to 1935 and later worked for MGM and Warner Brothers. Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Handwritten on edge of negative: FPL-16 [Famous Players Lasky; later Paramount]