Levi’s® Spring Bottom pants are a most fascinating garment. Introduced in 1889 they are essentially jean trousers intended for Victorian (and later Edwardian) gentlemen. This is the first time Levi’s had focused their products on[…]
From Chris Laverty’s regular column ‘Fabric of Cinema’ for Arts Illustrated magazine, here is an abridged version of the most recently published essay ‘A Migration of Talent’. The current issue of Arts Illustrated focuses on[…]
Costume designer Ellen Mirojnick brings Liberace back to life on stage and off.
Second and final part of Clothes on Film’s sartorial run-through of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, with exclusive input from costume designer Jenny Beavan.
Not the only book you should buy about costume design, but probably the best.
First of Clothes on Film’s two part sartorial run-through of Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, with exclusive input from costume designer Jenny Beavan.
By no means intended as an exhaustive list, Clothes on Film ponder an overview of 2011 in costume.
First look at Jenny Beavan’s late Victorian-with-a-twist costumes in action.
An exhibition of British costume design from films such as The King’s Speech and Pirates of the Caribbean opens at the Fashion Museum in July.
Sherlock Holmes 2 costume designer Jenny Beavan chats exclusively to Clothes on Film about what to expect in the finished film.
Costume designer Amy Westcott has finally been rewarded for her work on Black Swan with a CDG Award.
For those of you lucky enough to live in LA, literally racks of costumes have just on display at The FIDM Museum.