Category: Movies

  • Beetlejuice – The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Beetlejuice – The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Beetlejuice Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Finally, this week’s episode is about the classic 1988 horror-comedy film directed by Tim Burton, Beetlejuice. Listen along as  Elizabeth and Spencer dive into the history behind these legendary costumes designed by Aggie Guerard Rodgers. Topics include Barbara’s wedding dress, Lydia’s goth looks, the iconic black and white suit worn by […]

  • Scooby-Doo – The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Scooby-Doo Zoinks! Our “Soft-Spooky Season” continues with a grossly underrated film from 2002, Scooby-Doo. Join our cohosts as they head to Spooky Island to celebrate the costume design and 20th anniversary of this hilarious live-action Scooby-Doo adaptation with costumes designed by Leesa Evans. Topics include frosted tips, the legendary Sarah Michelle Gellar, the 70s wardrobe […]

  • Van Helsing – The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Van Helsing Grab your wooden stakes and ball gowns. Welcome to what we call ‘Soft Spooky Season’ where for the next few episodes, we will watch some of our favorite spooky films that may not quite rise to the level of Halloween classics but are still iconic. First up is one of Elizabeth and Spencer’s […]

  • Midsommar – The Art of Costume Blogcast

    Midsommar Grab your flower crowns because we are traveling to Sweden! For the finale of our ‘Hot Girl Summer’ series, we are watching Midsommar. Listen along as our hosts discuss the costume design by Andrea Flesch, the Hårga of Hälsingland, the use of color, flower crowns, Florence Pugh, the famous ‘May Queen’ dress, and a…bear […]

  • Designing Costumes for The ‘Bullet Train’: An Interview With Costume Designer Sarah Evelyn

    Earlier this month, I was given the great opportunity to see the new film, Bullet Train, featuring Brad Pitt. Bullet Train is a beautiful harmony of perfect casting, striking visuals, fierce action scenes, and most of all, top-tier costumes. The Bullet Train costumes designed by Sarah Evelyn were captivating, keeping me on the edge of […]

  • The Eyes of Tammy Faye – The Art of Costume Blogcast

    The Eyes of Tammy Faye Don’t give up on the brink of a miracle! This week’s episode is all about the 2021 film starring Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield, The Eyes of Tammy Faye. Ready your eyelashes and lip liner for a conversation all about the incredible costumes designed by Mitchell Travers, the legacy of […]

  • Behind NEON’s ‘Pleasure’ with Costume Designer Amanda Wing Yee Lee

    Pleasure follows Swedish 19-year-old Linnéa aka Bella Cherry (Sofia Kappel) as she moves to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams of becoming the next big adult film star. She meets several people along her journey to stardom, including Joy (Zelda Morrison), her roommate/best friend at the model house, and her biggest challenge yet – Ava […]

  • Costuming Meets Romance: An Interview with ‘Marry Me’ Costume Designer, Caroline Duncan

    While watching one of the most dramatic seasons ever in The Bachelor history, I found myself needing to unwind and relax. That’s when all of a sudden…Marry Me appeared! Directed by Award-Winning Kat Coiro, it follows mega superstar Kat Valdez (Jennifer Lopez) as she prepares for her wedding to fiancé and fellow musician Bastian (Maluma). […]

  • Costuming Aliens: The Nightmare Continues

    Another year, another trip to our favorite Alien infested moon, LV-426. Last year in honor of Alien Day, I released an in-depth look into the costume design of Ridley Scott’s groundbreaking sci-fi horror, Alien. I had so much fun doing that piece that I decided I have to make this an annual series. With that […]

  • Embracing Latin Culture through Costumes: “In The Heights”

    In The Heights (2021), directed by Jon M. Chu and written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegria Hudes, is a musical film adaptation from the groundbreaking Broadway musical written by Miranda and Hudes in 2008. The film tells the story of Usnavi (Anthony Ramos), Nina (Leslie Grace), Vanessa (Melissa Barrera) and Daniela (Daphne Rubin-Vega) dreaming […]

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