Costume designer Nolan Miller, best known for the big-shouldered designs he poured Joan Collins, Linda Evans and Diahann Carroll into for the Eighties series “Dynasty,” died Wednesday at the Motion Picture Country House in Woodland Hills, Calif.
Miller, 79, died of complications from lung cancer, according to his longtime business associate Rene Horsch.
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