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Spoiler warning: We examine the use of suits, iron or otherwise, in Iron Man 3 to conceal and recreate identity.
The latest trailer for Man of Steel makes for one very dark Superman costume.
Fascinating video about Hardy Amies costumes for 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The Phantom of the opera demonstrates that the colour, size and shape of a character’s costumes can communicate on a subliminal level.
A breezy retrospective of the most famous fashion editor of all time.
The religious and cultural significance of the costume design in foreign language Oscar winner A Separation.