The second installment (part one HERE) of our extensive interview with Austin Powers trilogy costume designer Deena Appel, this time focusing on The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999, again directed by Jay Roach). Things change[…]
Author Matt Zoller Seitz has published a continuation of his superb book The Wes Anderson Collection (2013), entitled (deep breath) The Wes Anderson Collection: The Grand Budapest Hotel. The former is a detailed look at[…]
Note from the Editor: You may have noticed that Clothes on Film has not been updated as frequently recently. We’ve had some excellent analysis and a few strong interviews, but in general content has been[…]
That is the long and the short of it: according to the wise words of this month’s Vogue India, Clothes on Film are one of the leading voices in digital fashion coverage. The exact words[…]
Forgive the self-promotion as we draw your attention to Clothes on Film’s inclusion in book ‘Hollywood Costume’ edited by Deborah Nadoolman Landis.
Clothes on Film on the costume design for HBO’s immense fantasy series, Game of Thrones.
A brief but worthwhile and exclusive clip about the costume design of Boardwalk Empire.
For HBO Sessions part 2, Clothes on Film editor Chris Laverty was invited to discuss the costume design of Boardwalk Empire.
Clothes on Film editor, Chris Laverty discusses the costumes of Mildred Pierce for filmed HBO Sessions.
Please vote for Clothes on Film as Best Male Blog in the Cosmopolitan Blog Awards 2011.
On Tuesday 13th September, Clothes on Film makes its television debut chatting about the amazing costume design of Boardwalk Empire.
$ 4,600,000 for Marilyn Monroe’s ‘subway’ dress was only just one mega bid of many.