Ruth E. Carter’s work on Do the Right Thing is a masterclass in how costume can influence the look and feel of a film.
By no means intended as an exhaustive list, Clothes on Film ponder an overview of 2011 in costume.
Bonnie and Clyde is a great example of how the simple addition of a hat can say a lot about a character.
More clip than teaser trailer, but Meryl Streep certainly does look the part.
Public Enemies demonstrates how costume can actually drive a story narrative.
The Debbie Reynolds costume collection is up for sale. Darn you, worldwide recession!
Full trailer for Luc Besson’s Les Aventures Extraordinaires d’Adele Blanc-Sec is now online. It’s the early 20th Century and ladies wore massive hats.
Part two of a new Dual Analysis. Costume designer Kristin Burke from FrockTalk gives her thoughts on Rosemary’s Baby.