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Q&A with Gangster Squad's Costume Designer

ESQ: Mary Zophres, Gangster Squad Costume Designer - I love this style - suit, shirt, tie and hat, perfect

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This is an example of the suit styles that were popular in the Men started wearing single breasted suits with natural shoulders and a tubular silhouette. As the decade went on men's suits became narrower and narrower.

Longer, looser, jackets, double pleated pants, big hats, and even wider ties made their way into late 40’s men’s fashions. Men were eager to put the war behind them and embrace the clothing they were previously forbidden to wear.

1940s Men’s Fashion Clothing Styles

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1940s Mens Suits  Dress code for my dad's position as IBM Customer Engineer was White Shirt! Tie! Business suit AND Hat!--- Polished leather shoes, dark socks. Dress type overcoat in the winter.

Mens Suits Dress code for my dad's position as IBM Customer Engineer was White Shirt! Business suit AND Hat! Dress type overcoat in the winter.

Peter Lorre, John Alexander and Raymond Massey in Arsenic and Old Lace directed by Frank Capra, 1944

John Alexander Pictured here as insane Teddy Brewster standing between Dr. Herman Einstein (Peter Lorre) and Jonathan Brewster (Raymond Massey) in ’Arsenic and Old Lace’

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