The doyenne of Hollywood vintage, Doris Raymond, and her Los Angeles store The Way We Wore(R), are the focus of the new Smithsonian Channel original series "L.A. FROCK STARS", premiering Thursday, March 7 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Raymond is prized for her tenacity in finding hidden gems and for her encyclopedic knowledge of designer fashion. The Way We Wore(R) is a destination for Hollywood's modern-day glitterati as well as high-profile stylists to the stars. "L.A. FROCK STARS" offers an inside look at the quest for the perfect dress. Raymond and her colorful staff, Sarah, Shelly Lyn, Jascmeen and Kyle, assist an endless stream of clients, all with unique needs, from Dita von Teese and Debi Mazar to Linda Ramone and a host of others. (Source: Smithsonian Channel)
It's another busy week at The Way We Wore® when two of Hollywood's top costume designers drop by in search of 1970s frocks for upcoming projects, including a television series from Martin Scorsese. A visit from Moschino's head designer Jeremy Scott along with a group of Woodbury University design students only adds to the level of excitement. Even in the midst of all this action, Doris finds time to leave glamor behind for a priced-to-sell day at the Rose Bowl Flea Market.