Oz is here and as far as fantasy costume is concerned, you are in for some surprises.
Joanna Johnston chats about her work on Lincoln and what we can we can expect from her latest project Jack the Giant Slayer.
The biggest compliment that can be paid to Joanna Johnston’s costumes in Lincoln is that you will hardly notice them.
Costume designer Jacqueline Durran discusses her unusual approach for Anna Karenina – 1870s Russia via 1950s couture.
Django Unchained costume designer Sharen Davis exclusively explains her work on the film.
Costume designer Sharen Davis finds a good fit with Tarantino; their Deep South bounty hunter Django is a visibly memorable protagonist crying out for a sequel.
Les Misérables is drenched in costume symbolism, specifically revolutionary red, white and blue. Subtle was never its intention.
The Phantom of the opera demonstrates that the colour, size and shape of a character’s costumes can communicate on a subliminal level.
Could Django Unchained be the first Quentin Tarantino movie to win a Costume Design Oscar?
French costume designer Anaïs Romand discusses her work on House of Tolerance (L’Apollonide: Souvenirs de la maison close).
Second and final part of Clothes on Film’s sartorial run-through of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, with exclusive input from costume designer Jenny Beavan.
Banana Republic have teamed up with Anna Karenina costume designer Jacqueline Durran to create an exclusive collection inspired by the upcoming movie.