A preview of Clothes on Film editor Christopher Laverty’s article on the vibrant costume design of Dick Tracy for Arts Illustrated magazine. Truly unique, Dick Tracy is as close to a comic strip brought to[…]
The Wolf of Wall Street trailer brings wide pinstripe suits and revolting ties.
The glamorous look of the mid-1930s threads its way through dual love stories in W.E.
The arrival of Scarface on Blu-ray grants ideal opportunity to indulge in Patricia Norris’ exemplary, disco couture costumes.
As account man Roger Sterling, John Slattery tended to wear a light grey three piece suit; right up until he donned a sharp double breasted for the first time.
To be a saboteur you must surely dress like one.
Jeffrey Kurland has once again spoken exclusively to Clothes on Film about his inspiring costume design for Inception.
The Fortune is as pleasing to the eye as it is funny. Smart and loose casual elegance with a lot of silk and herringbone.
Good news for those who enjoyed Bud’s evolution from button-down shirts to striped Gekko shirts and red braces.
Viggo’s mob infiltrator is surely the best dressed Russki knuckle duster in all of London?