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?
Hugo is Scorsese’s monument to wonder and excitement. Here Sandy Powell exclusively explains her costume choices to Clothes on Film.
Bonnie and Clyde is a great example of how the simple addition of a hat can say a lot about a character.
The arrival of Scarface on Blu-ray grants ideal opportunity to indulge in Patricia Norris’ exemplary, disco couture costumes.
In Malèna, Monica Bellucci plays an impossible vision of beauty; a woman so striking she is immediately sexualised by all who lay eyes on her.
A prevalent theme in the first episode of Mildred Pierce starring is how domestic costume can be read as a signal for sexual availability.
Old fashioned and sentimental, Water for Elephants still has much to offer with its very readable costume design.
Public Enemies demonstrates how costume can actually drive a story narrative.
Harper’s Bazaar is running an insightful interview with Mildred Pierce costume designer Ann Roth.
Some images and the latest trailer from Water for Elephants. Period costume design by Jacqueline West.
A majestic tale set in a buttoned-up world of repressed emotion.