Image of a dress on the left and black-and-white photograph of Veronique and Gregory Peck on the right

Paris to Hollywood

The Fashion and Influence of Véronique and Gregory Peck

Véronique, in a Givenchy evening gown, Haute Couture Fall-Winter 1965, and Gregory arrive at the film premiere of Doctor Zhivago at Loew’s Capitol, New York, 1965. Archival photo courtesy of the Véronique Peck Collection.

Véronique and Gregory at the premiere of director Nunnally Johnson’s film, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, 1956. Photo by Jack Albin/Archive Photos Collection/Getty Images.

Yves Saint Laurent, Paris, Dress, Haute Couture Fall-Winter 1969–70, Look 104. Synthetic lamé by Abraham (textile house), Zurich, with beading by Maison Lesage (embroidery house), Paris, with silk lining. Prototype (original runway wedding dress with bodice modification).

Emilio Pucci for Pucci, Florence, Ensemble: Jacket and Pants, 1965. Silk chiffon printed with “Gioielli” motif and beads.

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Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Véronique and Gregory Peck is organized by the Denver Art Museum and presented by Joy Dinsdale. Additional support is provided by Bridget and John Grier, the generous donors to the Annual Fund Leadership Campaign, and the residents who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). Promotional support is provided by 5280 Magazine and CBS4.

The Denver Art Museum is grateful for the generous funding of the textile art and fashion department by the Avenir Foundation and Nancy Lake Benson.