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    Interview: Alexandra Byrne On the Challenges and Lessons of Designing Costumes for ‘The Aeronauts’

    Alexandra Byrne has built a strong reputation in the industry for her vibrant, beautiful costume designs. She earned an Oscar nomination for one of her earliest films, “Hamlet” in 1996. She followed that up with additional nominations in “Elizabeth” and “Finding Neverland,” and won her first Academy Award for “Elizabeth: The Golden Age” in 2007. […] More

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    Oscar Nominated Costume Designer Arianne Phillips to Be Honored at Key West Film Festival

    Key West Film Festival announced its fourth annual Costume Design Focus program, honoring Academy Award nominated costume designer Arianne Phillips. Her most recent work can be seen in Sony Pictures’ and Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Phillips has received Oscar nominations for her costume designing work in “Walk the Line” and “W.E.” […] More

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    Interview: Around the World With the Costumes of ‘The Detour’ With Rafaella Rabinovich

    Now in its fourth season, the hilarious and critically-acclaimed “The Detour” is back and better than ever. Since season one, the Parker family has bounced from location to location, falling into one comedic misfortune after the next. Meanwhile, we’ve been able to grow up with Delilah and Jared as they transition into adolescence – which […] More

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    Interview: Claire Anderson On Drawing Threads For the Costumes of ‘Good Omens’

    The highly anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett‘s novel of the same name, “Good Omens” is fairly faithful to its source material. The new Amazon series brings to life characters from one of the contemporary world’s literary phenomenons. With its own cult following, the artists on the production had a lot to prove. […] More

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    Gersha Phillips Reaches the Final Frontier of Design With ‘Star Trek: Discovery’

    “Star Trek: Discovery” is the latest iteration of one of the world’s most beloved sci-fi franchises. But the series manages to revamp its forerunners while simultaneously paying homage to them. A prequel set 10 years before the events of “The Original Series,” “Star Trek: Discovery” is a fine display in achievement in costume design for […] More

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    Interview: Donna Zakowska on the Marvelous Costumes of ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’

    “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” cleverly uses color to advance the narrative of its leads, especially Midge (Rachel Brosnahan). As Midge’s career progresses, the contrast of her daily life to her comedic career becomes a little more obvious. In the whimsical world of Mrs. Maisel, Midge exists as a burst of color during her day to […] More

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    Interview: The Deal With ‘House of Cards’ With Costume Designer Kemal Harris

    Claire Underwood is the kind of character that comes around nearly once in a lifetime. Played by the scintillating Robin Wright, Claire is a model of strength, intelligence, and authority. Calculating, yet dignified, Claire rises through the ranks over the course of the series, starting off as the Second Lady, and ending her arc in […] More

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    Interview: Talking the Impact of Costume on ‘GLOW’ with Designer Beth Morgan

    Awards are always great to receive, but immortality during Halloween is something a costume designer can only dream about. Since its debut in 2017, Netflix’s “GLOW” has inspired endless recreations from fans across the globe, and has made itself a mainstay in contemporary pop culture. Like its cult favorite show of the same name, Netflix’s […] More

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    Interview: Getting Inside ‘Russian Doll’ with Costume Designer Jennifer Rogien

    Jennifer Rogien didn’t believe that her costume work on “Russian Doll” would take off the way it did. After all, “Russian Doll” takes place over the span of 48 hours. Over the course of eight episodes, each character repeats the same outfits. However, with only a handful of costumes, that means that each look has […] More

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