When Clothes on Film visited The Muppets Most Wanted set back in March of 2013, we were given a tour of the bustling ‘wardrobe’ (their words) department, as overseen by costume designer Rahel Afiley. You[…]
In honour of the The Wolverine and his black on black Yakuza uniform, a round up of posts featuring memorable black costumes at Clothes on Film.
Costume designer Lindy Hemming chats exclusively to Clothes on Film about her contribution to Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style.
We have five copies of Liz Gregory’s movie dressmaking book Sew Iconic to give away. That’s right, five.
Crazy, Stupid Love is every inch the ‘fashion film’, both in terms of narrative and costume designer Dayna Pink’s elegant menswear styling.
Fashion’s original bad boy Alexander McQueen has died aged just 40 years old.
Designer outfits belonging to Audrey Hepburn were sold in London yesterday. Her black cocktail dress by Givenchy for How to Steal a Million reaching £60,000.
An undeniably romantic tale of damaged goods finding love.
Names such as Paco Rabanne, Mary Quant, André Courrèges and Tuffin and Foale all contributed to Audrey Hepburn’s wardrobe.