MINOR SPOILERS Like any film with an extended period of time between the original and sequel(s), T2: Trainspotting (2017) is required to form an immediate connection with its audience. Twenty years have passed, yet we[…]
There is a problem with the costumes in The Wolf of Wall Street, and it has nothing to do with the film itself but the coverage they have received. Namely, that this coverage is incorrect.[…]
MILD SPOILERS Costume designer Michael Wilkinson’s main accomplishment with American Hustle has largely been overlooked in favour of praising him as some kind of vintage stylist with an eye for provocative gowns and desirable heels.[…]
A round up of villain themed costume posts at Clothes on Film.
Kurt and Bart are fascinating. Forged as art school drop outs in 1980s New York, their name is now a singular brand to movers and shakers in the media industry. Yet they are two people,[…]
Cosmopolis satisfies as everything avant-garde cinema should be; an immaculate journey into weird.
Anuvahood showcases urban wear swagger. If you want to belong, you must fit in.
The London Film Museum has been running an exhibition featuring costumes from 20th Century Fox movies to celebrate the studio’s 75th anniversary.
Esquire have featured a fashion shoot with Ken from Toy Story 3. That’s right; a doll dresses better than you.
Fashion designer Tom Ford will make another movie, but nobody yet knows what it is yet.
She may start out in fisherman’s knitwear but by the end of Rocky, Talia Shire could not look more feminine.
Fashion’s original bad boy Alexander McQueen has died aged just 40 years old.