This week’s costume design news. Mad Men “She buys her clothes two sizes too small, more 50’s than 60’s.” – Janie Bryant knows her Joan. Yves Saint Laurent Costume designer Madeline Fontaine’s predictably difficult job[…]
It’s all about the shoes in Stoker.
Doris Day’s last hurrah for 1950s fashion wearing some of the most exquisite costumes ever seen on screen.
Crazy, Stupid Love is every inch the ‘fashion film’, both in terms of narrative and costume designer Dayna Pink’s elegant menswear styling.
Here are some images of the Toy Story gang, principally the one most obsessed by fashion: Ken.
Last week Clothes on Film visited the Grace Kelly: Style Icon exhibition. This is what we found out.
The V&A in London is hosting an exhibition of dresses and accessories once belonging to Grace Kelly.
Designer outfits belonging to Audrey Hepburn were sold in London yesterday. Her black cocktail dress by Givenchy for How to Steal a Million reaching £60,000.
Featuring Yves Saint Laurent couture as cool and disaffecting its protagonist, Belle de Jour can be read effectively through costume.
A classic example of mid-eighties opulence – Sigourney Weaver’s oversized cape coat.