Twenty-five years ago, costume designer Margot Wilson was a student living in Paris when she picked up a roll of red, moire silk fabric during a shopping trip to Milan. She didn’t know why, or[…]
Cinema Paradiso is a beautiful examination of the relationship human beings have with film. This connection is explored through the story of a young boy and his friendship with the projectionist at the town’s local[…]
As Get on Up, director Tate Taylor’s look at the life of singing legend James Brown, hits UK screens we have some fantastic sketches to share of the film’s costuming. Costume designer for Get on[…]
As is often the way with costume designers, Stephanie Collie is something of an unsung hero. We will not reel off her entire back catalogue, but it does include South Riding (2011, TV), Telstar (2008)[…]
Some photographs from the recent So Dior exhibition at Harrods.
A look at late Margaret Thatcher’s colour specific wardrobe as represented in the film The Iron Lady.
Costume designer Jacqueline Durran discusses her unusual approach for Anna Karenina – 1870s Russia via 1950s couture.
Doris Day’s last hurrah for 1950s fashion wearing some of the most exquisite costumes ever seen on screen.
Edith Head’s costume design for Vertigo demonstrates the power of clothes in forming identities on-screen.
Groundbreaking film La Dolce Vita offers a conflicting portrayal of masculinity.
Unquestionably the most historically significant outfit Katie Holmes as Jackie Kennedy wears in the show is her rose pink tweed suit.
This coral pink ensemble encompasses and challenges the absolute femininity of Grace Kelly.