Costume designer Irene Lentz outfitted a young Elizabeth Taylor (only 12 at the time) in equestrian wear for her breakout role.
Legendary costume designer Edith Head crafted Taylor's wardrobe for her scenes opposite Montgomery Clift.
Taylor's bombshell looks in this film were created by designer Helen Rose, who had previously worked with Taylor on Father's Little Dividend (1951) and The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954).
Sharing the screen with Katharine Hepburn and Montgomery Clift, Taylor's outfits were crafted by Tony award-winning costume designer and art director Oliver Messel.
Costume designer Renié (born Irene Brouillet) won an Oscar with co-designer Irene Sharaff for the incredible ensembles Taylor donned as the Egyptian queen.
Working again with designer Irene Sharaff, Taylor won an Oscar for her work in this charged film adaptation of Edward Albee's play.