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When Arnold Scaasi opened his couture salon in 1964, he soon became a couturier to the stars. He was already a favoured designer for Barbra Streisand when he famously dressed her for the 1969 Oscars.[…]
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Costume designer Jacqueline Durran discusses her unusual approach for Anna Karenina – 1870s Russia via 1950s couture.
Costume Designer Sharen Davis talks us through her retro-vision for Looper.
The best kept secret in costume design is finally out: Prada made Carey Mulligan’s gowns for The Great Gatsby.
The religious and cultural significance of the costume design in foreign language Oscar winner A Separation.
In a week of exciting trailers, the first for director Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby must surely be the most thrilling of all.
If you live near the Getty Center, there really is no excuse not to attend their Dressing the Part: Historical Costume on Film event.
An exhibition of British costume design from films such as The King’s Speech and Pirates of the Caribbean opens at the Fashion Museum in July.
Costume designer Amy Westcott has finally been rewarded for her work on Black Swan with a CDG Award.
Amy Westcott talks exclusively to Clothes on Film about her process on Black Swan, that Oscar snub and the recent controversy surrounding herself and Rodarte.