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Bonnie Cashin


Designer synonymous with championing the thought of ready to put on and is among the most commercially successful designers from the 20th hundred years. She studied in the illustrious Artwork Students’ Little league in Manhattan. She once created for businesses like American Airlines, Samsonite, and Hermes. She was created to Eunice, a dressmaker, in Oakland, California. She and developer Michael Kors are both known for his or her efforts to American sportswear.

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Full Name Bonnie Cashin
Date Of Birth September 28, 1907
Died February 3, 2000, New York, United States
Place Of Birth California
Profession Fashion Designer
Education Chouinard Art Institute, Hollywood High School
Nationality American
Spouse Robert Sterner
Parents Eunice Cashin, Carl Cashin
Star Sign Libra

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Costume Designer

Costume Designer

I Was a Male War Bride 1949 uncredited
You're My Everything 1949
It Happens Every Spring 1949 costumes designed by
Mr. Belvedere Goes to College 1949
Unfaithfully Yours 1948
The Snake Pit 1948 costumes designed by
Cry of the City 1948
The Luck of the Irish 1948
Give My Regards to Broadway 1948
The Iron Curtain 1948
Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! 1948
Nightmare Alley 1947
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now 1947
Three Little Girls in Blue 1946
Smoky 1946
Anna and the King of Siam 1946 costumes
Cluny Brown 1946
Do You Love Me 1946
Claudia and David 1946
Fallen Angel 1945
The House on 92nd Street 1945 costumes
Junior Miss 1945
The Caribbean Mystery 1945
Where Do We Go from Here? 1945
The Bullfighters 1945 costumes
Diamond Horseshoe 1945
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn 1945 costumes
The Keys of the Kingdom 1944
Laura 1944 costumes
In the Meantime, Darling 1944
Home in Indiana 1944
Ladies of Washington 1944
The Eve of St. Mark 1944
Claudia 1943

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