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
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.
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.
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 […]
Streaming TV costume designers who are creating worlds, viral fashion trends and influencing runway collections are hoping it will finally mean more recognition.
Sometimes, a costume design needs fabric that exists only in the imagination of the designer.
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As movies and television follow the stories of content creators, their wardrobes help create a riveting fantasy — while simultaneously sending a message.
In a 1995 interview with Wired magazine, Steve Jobs likened creativity to a game of connect-the-dots, with truly innovative design happening when the dots are culled from the far, the wide, and the unexpected.
Luster Bayless had a warm southern affect, but was fearless. He lived his life in hyperbole, from playing a championship football game directly after appendix surgery to hitchhiking cross country on the promise of a job in Hollywood. costumedesignersguild.com/press_news/last-looks-luster-bayless/">Read More