No longer just for chic actresses and celebrities, the Hollywood Regency style combines high-contrast, large-scale patterns with bold colors and hits of glittering metals and mirror. Designers who worked in Hollywood in the 1930s sought to combine elements of modernism with unabashed opulence, combining comfort with more traditional ornamentation. Large-scale patterns in florals, leafy botanicals, stripes and checkerboards were favored in rich colors or in stark black and white. Traditional signifiers of wealth, such as animal prints, velvets, 19th-century-inspired fabrics, shiny metals and lacquers, contrasted well with large swaths of solid colors or clean geometric patterns. This curated selection proves that this elegant style is as relevant as ever.