Like no other article of clothing, the hat is an embodiment of its wearer. It has functioned historically as a social signifier, revealing characteristics as diverse as class, occupation, and personal style.
The CDG Corporate Sponsorship Program offers vendors the deepest possible association and reach with the Guild and its members. Providing benefits beyond a simple advertising program, there are four levels of participation available, each offering a mix of different ad vehicles, marketing opportunities and branding benefits. The CDG greatly values the support and contribution of […]
Inspired by the chicest pandemic pet—her hairless, Chinese Crested canine dubbed Bootzy Smallz—fashion activist, creative director, and CDG Award winner, B. Åkerlund, founded Bootzy Couture. Bringing the same panache to pets and humans as Åckerlund has brought her iconic pop culture projects, the line offers glamourous personalized bijoux which can grace the necks of everyone in a household. costumedesignersguild.com/press_news/bootzy-coutre-b-akerlund/">Read More
Fantasy and fetish formed on a foot, the shoe has never been more important. â€œSex and the Cityâ€ ushered in a renaissance of Manolos, Louboutins, and Jimmy Choos to Middle America…
For information regarding advertising and sponsorship opportunities with the Costume Designers Guild, please contact Dan Evans at IngleDodd Media by phone (310) 918-4882 or email CDG@ingledodd.com.
There was a handful of women so far ahead of the times that fashion didn’t catch up to them for fifty years. What ground breaking diva wore the man’s tailcoat first? Was it Josephine Baker, Louise Brooks, or Marlene Dietrich? No matter who wore it first, or who wore it best, it was costume designer Travis Banton, Dietrich and Swarovski crystals that minted an icon.