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.
Hollywood costume comes to London’s Victoria & Albert Museum in the most exciting exhibition of its type ever announced.
Clothes on Film talk exclusively to costume designer of The Artist, Mark Bridges.
Mark Bridges exclusively explains his costume choices for retro epic Boogie Nights.
Anna May Wong fused East and West against an ill-equipped backdrop of Hollywood cinema.
Rooney Mara’s Lisbeth will be a style icon.
Costume wise, This is Jinsy is deliberately bizarre and mismatched. Yet everything makes sense in context.
Clothes on Film chats exclusively to Anna B. Sheppard about her work on Captain America: The First Avenger.
Some of the finest superhero costume design ever committed to film.
Throughout The Way We Were, Barbra Streisand wears a mix of period authenticity and contemporary fashion.
Old fashioned and sentimental, Water for Elephants still has much to offer with its very readable costume design.
The blue towelling playsuit in Goldfinger is typically remembered as Bond’s one sartorial disaster. Yet it might be worthy of reconsideration.