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Fred Williamson as Tommy Gibbs adopts the gangster codes of 1930s cinema in blaxploitation classic Black Caesar.
In honour of the The Wolverine and his black on black Yakuza uniform, a round up of posts featuring memorable black costumes at Clothes on Film.
Trailer number one for The Wolverine and he appears to be dressed as a Yakuza.
Meryl Streep’s timeless Burberry trench coat is one of the most recognisable contemporary costumes of 1970s.
The glossy costume world of gangster squad is faithful to history, but not a slave to it.
Costume designer Margot Wilson talks exclusively to Clothes on Film about her impeccable work on Lawless.
Tom Hardy heralds dawning of the knitwear anti-hero. Margot Wilson discusses her use of the cardigan for Lawless.
A mishmash of sci-fi conventions and clichés cobbled together as something we have never quite seen before.
Betsy Heimann chats exclusively about one of the most iconic costumes of the 1990s.
There is a man on Boardwalk Empire with even more sartorial presence than Nucky Thompson; That man is Chalky White.