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.
Beads and embellishments were perhaps mankind’s first indulgent luxury…
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Costumes are usually contained by their frames. Hundreds of hours are poured into their conception and creation, yet they exist in the fleeting moment to describe a person at the specific time of action in a television show or film.
Adella Farmar worked on some of the most influential television projects of the mid-20th century, and she did it when her mere presence was ground-breaking. When she was five years old Farmar learned to sew from her mother, and making clothes became her lifelong passion. She made her own dance costumes as well as clothes for her family and friends. She graduated from Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles and after attended Los Angeles Trade Technical College.
Dorothy Gaspar is hell-bent on reviving gloves as a mainstream accessory. “This is my passion—to get gloves ‘back.’..
Organizations for Financial, Social Services, Elder Care, Veterans Benefits, Mental Welfare, and More. As your Costume Designers Guild Local 892 representatives, we want to remind you that there are organizations that are here to help in times of need. Whether social, financial, elder care, or even veterans care, there is a fund for the Entertainment […]
As movies and television follow the stories of content creators, their wardrobes help create a riveting fantasy — while simultaneously sending a message.