Author: Elizabeth Joy Glass

  • Carnival Row- The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Carnival Row- The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Carnival Row – S2 Episode 30 Fairy Tale Romance Month is taking a darker turn as we take a trip to Carnival Row, a place where creatures are forbidden to live, love, or fly with freedom. Listen along as our cohosts dive into the costumes by designer Joanna Eatwell and the various period costumes, fairy […]

  • Ever After: A Cinderella Story- The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Ever After: A Cinderella Story – S2 Episode 29 Our Fairy-Tale romance month wouldn’t be complete without a classic Cinderella story! This week we are watching the 1998 American romantic drama film inspired by the Cinderella fairy tale, Ever After. Listen as our cohosts discuss the many French Renaissance-era costumes designed by Jenny Beavan. Topics […]

  • The Power of The Dog: An Interview with Kirsty Cameron

    Elizabeth: Hello Kirsty, The Power of The Dog was such a beautiful film, thanks to the beautiful wardrobe you created. Before we jump into the film, how did you get started in costume design? Kirsty: In the nineties after art school, while making video installation work and being involved with an artist-run gallery called ‘Teststrip’, […]

  • Nightmare Alley with Luis Sequeira – The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Nightmare Alley – S2 Episode 26 Who is ready to go to the carnival? 🎪 In this week’s special episode, our co-hosts are joined by Oscar-nominated costume designer Luis Sequeira to talk about the new Guillermo del Toro film, Nightmare Alley 🔥 Listen along as Luis talks with us about the challenging pre-production, creating the […]

  • Spencer – The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Spencer – S2 Episode 25 Today is the day! The Art of Costume Blogcast is back with the first episode of season two! In this week’s episode, our co-hosts Elizabeth and Spencer reunite and talk about their holiday breaks! Then, it’s time for more brilliant costuming. We are watching the new Princess Diana film, Spencer […]

  • Designing Fear: Ghost Face

    Today it’s easy to ignore a call, especially with cell phones letting us know an unknown number is a spam call or one that simply isn’t in our contacts. However, what if you answered believing you knew the caller, but the voice on the other end is one you don’t know, but it knows you. […]

  • Designing Fear: Freddy Krueger

    Sleep is the one place many of us find solace and rest at the end of each day. We’re comforted by the fact that for a few hours, we can leave our cares behind and be unbothered by it and drift into our dreams. Even with the prospect of nightmares tearing us from our rest […]

  • Designing Fear: Jason Voorhees

    Turning around to see a figure in the dark and wearing a stark white hockey mask will make any young trick or treater run and scream. Much to the amusement of whoever decided to dress up as Jason on Halloween night. This is Designing Fear: Jason Voorhees

  • Designing Fear: Michael Myers

    A tall, description-less figure seems to be following behind you. But, whenever you turn around, the figure slips just out of sight, causing you to doubt your own vision until the moment that figure is upon you, and in those final moments, you regret not trusting your instincts. The fear of faceless killers gripped the […]

  • 2021 Emmys Roundtable – Outstanding Period Costumes

    Spencer: Hey Team! Thank you so much for being here. There is SO much great costume design in the Outstanding Period Costumes category this year. I also think it is safe to say Period Costumes is the favorite here at The Art of Costume, so I know you all have many thoughts! Let’s go around […]

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