Meryl Streep’s timeless Burberry trench coat is one of the most recognisable contemporary costumes of 1970s.
The costumes of Rumble Fish express the importance of teenage dress codes before the segregating journey into adulthood.
Does costume design exist in animated film? Simulation supervisor for Brave, Claudia Chung, discusses its creation, processes and role in the finished movie.
Armour and indecisiveness: Audrey Hepburn is more than a little black dress in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Cosmopolis satisfies as everything avant-garde cinema should be; an immaculate journey into weird.
Wes Anderson’s most sartorially significant film yet.
The first trailer for Skyfall hits with several suits, an overcoat, sportswear and a beanie.
Doris Day’s last hurrah for 1950s fashion wearing some of the most exquisite costumes ever seen on screen.
Edith Head’s costume design for Vertigo demonstrates the power of clothes in forming identities on-screen.
Betsy Heimann chats exclusively about one of the most iconic costumes of the 1990s.
With exclusive insight from costume designer Aggie Guerard Rodgers, we investigate the story behind Harry Caul’s distinctive plastic raincoat.
Catherine George’s costume design demonstrates how we read physicality on-screen.