No round up last week because we were a bit busy, so this week is MEGA JAMMED WITH COSTUME GOODNESS.
We teamed up with Amber Jane Butchart and The British Library to talk jazz age fashion and dandy gangsters. Further coverage to follow…
50 of them to be precise, from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes to Star Wars, Batman, and beyond.
Mad good interview/article by Tyranny of Style with Noah’s Head Textile Artist Matt Reitsma. There is absolutely no way you can care about costume design and not read this.
Costume designers, fashion designers, studios, brands, and a business venture 100 years in the making. Thanks to AJB for putting this thought provoking article under our nose.
Curated by Kathryn Ferguson, who will hold Q&A’s with some of the directors featured. Get yourself to the ICA in London on 11th April.
Part 3 of Hello Tailor’s epic costume rundown – this time it’s Abigail Hobbs under the spotlight. We could read a book of these.
…which is nice because here’s ANOTHER ONE. Aces.
Excellent article by Superqueen. Like Drive, it’s all about the gloves…
A recent sell-off of theatrical costumes reads like a gold mine.
A TV cop drama ‘with a twist’. Costume designer Alexandra Welker goes carnival, and loves it.
Ferragamo supplied clothes to the best dressed actors in Italian cinema for 40+ years. The V&A takes a closer look at this era.
An exploration of Disney character style: Roger Radcliffe and his ‘strategic rolled up sleeves’ (via Alton Williams).
Hello Tailor’s got the internet in a tizzy with her costume/identity column at The Daily Dot.
Reiko Kurumaba, who has been part of the show’s costume team since day one, chats through her favourite ensembles. Brief mention of Cobie Smulders flashing, too.
Fab bit of mish-mash from costume designer Salvador Perez. And do check out Mindy Kaling’s cameo in This is the End – it’s hilarious.
Costuming a teenage private eye. Even if you don’t know the show this is a delightfully detailed read by DTSFT’s clothes on screen expert – and all round lovely person – Sophia Shillito.
..and some digging on the new movie’s style evolution via costume designer Genevieve Tyrrell.
We recently watched this darkly comic true story for the first time. Frocktalk has a nifty interview with costume designer Kari Perkins that is worth a read.
A must see exhibition of red carpet fashion from the last 100 years at the Phoenix Art Museum. What a fantastic idea. Good time to be in Phoenix because Hollywood Costume has just opened there as well!
Hannibal Rising sweater please thank you very much.
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