Clothes on Film were fortunate enough to be invited to a display of costumes from the latest adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express (2017), plus interview its costume designer Alexandra Byrne. An Oscar winner[…]
There are already a lot of excellent interviews with Oscar winning Beauty and the Beast costume designer Jacqueline Durran online, so with our limited communication we wanted to ask a little more about Belle’s (Emma[…]
NO SPOILERS Real and mythological, figurative and literal; monsters of all kinds abound in Sky Atlantic’s new period horror series Penny Dreadful. We might expect a skulking figure in a top hat and frock coat[…]
Costume designer Mark Bridges described There Will Be Blood (2007) as his most challenging film, referring to the difficulties he faced in transporting costumes to the remote location in West Texas, after director Paul Thomas[…]
This is part 2 (part 1 HERE) of an expanded article Clothes on Film editor Christopher Laverty wrote for men’s style resource MR PORTER analysing Michael Caine’s suits in The Italian Job. This post covers[…]
The following is an expanded article Clothes on Film editor Christopher Laverty wrote for men’s style resource MR PORTER analysing Michael Caine’s suits in The Italian Job. This post covers all the costumes he wore[…]
The biggest compliment that can be paid to Joanna Johnston’s costumes in Lincoln is that you will hardly notice them.
The Phantom of the opera demonstrates that the colour, size and shape of a character’s costumes can communicate on a subliminal level.
George Lazenby’s fashionable Bond is sartorially similar to Daniel Craig in Skyfall.
Proving that frock coats and heavy lace dresses really are terrifying.
Costume wise, This is Jinsy is deliberately bizarre and mismatched. Yet everything makes sense in context.
Watching Jane Eyre on location makes for an enriching experience.