Brian Centrone was the guest-juror. In his article ‘Starstruck Sewing’ for Threads Magazine (issue #208, April/May 2020), Brian explored how commercial pattern makers marketed designs inspired by the attire stars wore and line-for-line copies of clothing designs right from the silver screen during the Great Depression.
Brian's case study 'Hollywood and the Home Sewer' was featured as one of a few carefully-selected exhibits in New York University Steinhardt Costume Studies "Gray Area: Authenticity, Value, and Subversion in Fashion" which was on display at 80WSE Gallery in New York in early 2019.
Here are a couple more FABULOUS entries for this challenge. Charlie in did a fab rendition of Veronica Lake's gown, as worn in the 1942 film, 'This Gun for Hire':
and Emily in the UK crafted this amazing gown inspired by Deborah Kerr in the 1957 film, 'Affair to Remember'! She also used pattern E50-9509, the 1953 Evening Gown to create the bodice, while using pattern E50-9508 for the skirt: