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Fred Williamson as Tommy Gibbs adopts the gangster codes of 1930s cinema in blaxploitation classic Black Caesar.
We chat to costume designer Gary Jones about his work on Oz the Great and Powerful.
Meryl Streep’s timeless Burberry trench coat is one of the most recognisable contemporary costumes of 1970s.
The glossy costume world of gangster squad is faithful to history, but not a slave to it.
Costume designer Margot Wilson talks exclusively to Clothes on Film about her impeccable work on Lawless.
Tom Hardy heralds dawning of the knitwear anti-hero. Margot Wilson discusses her use of the cardigan for Lawless.
The glamorous look of the mid-1930s threads its way through dual love stories in W.E.
Who might win for costume design at the Orange BAFTA Film Awards?