There is a problem with the costumes in The Wolf of Wall Street, and it has nothing to do with the film itself but the coverage they have received. Namely, that this coverage is incorrect.[…]
Suzy Benzinger, the costume designer of Blue Jasmine, chose iconic brands like Hermès, Louis Vuitton, and Missoni to serve as visual shorthand of what the modern-day wealthy socialite wears, but it is the white Chanel[…]
Costume designer Ann Roth’s template for Working Girl (1988, directed by Mike Nichols) is especially astute with regards to the social and geographical make up of its characters. Protagonist Tess McGill (Melanie Griffith) is a[…]
Why does Tippi Hedren wear a green suit in The Birds, and what does it mean?
Second and final part of our retrospective of The Grifters with insight from Mark Bridges.
First in our two part retrospective of neo-noir classic The Grifters with exclusive insight from the film’s assistant costume designer Mark Bridges.
Analysing the sometimes tense relationship between fashion and costume design.
Costume designer Jacqueline Durran discusses her unusual approach for Anna Karenina – 1870s Russia via 1950s couture.
Cosmopolis satisfies as everything avant-garde cinema should be; an immaculate journey into weird.
Potiche confirms that Catherine Deneuve will always be Belle de Jour, only now with added sense of humour.
Unquestionably the most historically significant outfit Katie Holmes as Jackie Kennedy wears in the show is her rose pink tweed suit.
La Femme Nikita re-defines the little black dress on film.