Surely we all know Michael Kaplan by now? Flashdance (1983), Fight Club (1999), Burlesque (2010), Star Trek (2009), and the biggest of the big, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Versatile is not a generous enough[…]
There has been an insane amount of discussion online about Bryce Dallas Howard’s character, Claire Dearing, since the release of Jurassic World (2015, costume designed Daniel Orlandi), mostly concerning the ‘running in heels’ sequences. I[…]
Doctor Who, the quirky British sci-fi television series about a time travelling alien and his friends, premiered in 1963. Since then there have been twelve Doctors (and a War Doctor), each with their own unique[…]
When you are costuming the biggest franchise release of the year and creating a capsule range to run alongside it for a major online retailer, it is clear a normal approach to the task is[…]
This week this happened in costume… Diana Rush, Alpha Papa and now Diana, costume designer Julian Day is everywhere at the moment (good, because he’s very talented). Here Day explains a little about undertaking what[…]
Must admit, we kind of saw this one coming. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire costume designer Trish Summerville has teamed up with online fashion retailer Net-a-Porter to produce 16 ready-to-wear outfits, leather goods and jewellery[…]
Building character with the costume design of Pacific Rim.
Exclusive Q&A with costume designer Amy Westcott about the After Earth life suit.
Star Trek’s Michael Kaplan confirmed as costume designer for Star Wars Episode VII.
Michael Kaplan gives Clothes on Film the lowdown on his Star Trek Into Darkness costumes.
Spoiler warning: The costume clues and details of Star Trek Into Darkness.
A fun glimpse at the bizarre fashions to expect in Catching Fire thanks to costume designer Trish Summerville.