Oz is here and as far as fantasy costume is concerned, you are in for some surprises.
Les Misérables is drenched in costume symbolism, specifically revolutionary red, white and blue. Subtle was never its intention.
James Bond is back and he has never scrubbed up better. Tom Ford now exists to make Daniel Craig suits.
A breezy retrospective of the most famous fashion editor of all time.
A mishmash of sci-fi conventions and clichés cobbled together as something we have never quite seen before.
Christopher Nolan once again shows his appreciation for costume in this immensely satisfying end to the Dark Knight trilogy.
Cosmopolis satisfies as everything avant-garde cinema should be; an immaculate journey into weird.
Wes Anderson’s most sartorially significant film yet.
It is impossible not to have fun watching Avengers Assemble.
Proving that frock coats and heavy lace dresses really are terrifying.
Costume designer Joanna Johnston has recreated WW1 with staunch accuracy.
Hugo is Scorsese’s monument to wonder and excitement. Here Sandy Powell exclusively explains her costume choices to Clothes on Film.