Goldmember (2002, directed by Jay Roach), the final film (so far) in the Austin Powers series again shifts its timeline. However, rather than a negligible, though comparatively significant, jump from late to very late 1960s,[…]
The second installment (part one HERE) of our extensive interview with Austin Powers trilogy costume designer Deena Appel, this time focusing on The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999, again directed by Jay Roach). Things change[…]
Alongside costume illustrations with fabric swatch, Ellen Mirojnick explains the stage wear worn by Michael Douglas and Matt Damon.
Christopher Nolan once again shows his appreciation for costume in this immensely satisfying end to the Dark Knight trilogy.
As TracyDi Vicenzo in OHMSS, Diana Rigg wore a daring 1960s wedding ensemble.
Beyond Biba: A Portrait of Barbara Hulanicki is a contextualised examination of one woman’s extraordinary influence on popular culture.
Part 2 of our examination into how the Alien films have used costume design to contextualise primal terror.
The Big Lebowski is brilliantly designed; the characters are concisely and efficiently illustrated, says KB from FrockTalk.com.
Let’s tell you why The Big Lebowski costume design rocked in an almost completely non-subtextual way.
Recently Clothes on Film chatted with Kristin Burke from FrockTalk about The Big Lebowski. We discussed weightlifting pants and feminism.