MILD SPOILERS Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) is far and away the most ‘A New Hope-like’ film in the series yet. In terms of tone, sure, but particularly costume. What costume designers Glyn Dillon[…]
Or when your costumes look like a building. Odile Dicks-Mireaux’s designs for High Rise (2016) are far more than that. But for a film set in such a heavily stylised world, especially one created by[…]
“We are stardust, we are golden”, sang Joni Mitchell of the Woodstock Music and Art Fair, held August 15-18th 1969, at a dairy farm in the Catskills near the hamlet of White Lake in the[…]
Costume designer Jacqueline West talks exclusively to Clothes on Film about her period recreation work on Ben Affleck’s Oscar favourite Argo.
Mark Bridges exclusively explains his costume choices for retro epic Boogie Nights.
Potiche confirms that Catherine Deneuve will always be Belle de Jour, only now with added sense of humour.
A classy, very British affair.
Michael Caine created Jack Carter, yet his immaculate blue mohair suit was more than a little responsible for creating the myth.
Looking so sexy that the finished film can be nothing but a huge disappointment, this teaser for Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy ticks all the right 70’s boxes.
Beautiful and affecting, even if it does collapse under the weight of its own earnestness at times.
Throughout The Way We Were, Barbra Streisand wears a mix of period authenticity and contemporary fashion.
On Meg Ryan’s character Alice, hippie seems like a passing trend rather than a lifestyle choice.