James Galanos - Sources

Sources

  • Morrow, Suzanne Stark, The World of James Galanos. Architectural Digest, October 1981
  • Talley, André Leon, A Certain Quality: Galanos. Vogue, April 1985
  • Batterberry, Ariane and Michael, The Loner, Connoisseur. May 1985
  • Milbank, Caroline Rennolds, James Galanos: Disciplined Elegance in the Hollywood Hills. Architectural Digest, September 1988

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