Since you guys sent me requests for me to interview costume designers, I’ve actually been contacting some of them and asking if I could interview them.
We’ve actually got interview posts coming up with:
*Meredith Markworth-Pollack (Costume Designer- worked/working on Gossip Girl, Hart of Dixie, Reign)
*Heather Shisler (Actress- Gossip Girl, Taught to Hate, Something About Ryan, How to Rock a First Date)
*Jennifer Dalton (Artist)
so it’s okay to keep your hopes up! : ) I have sent some very creative questions…
So, anyways, back to the point-I’ve been setting up online interviews with several people, and I realized that most of them were costume designers. Most times, when people watch a TV series(in my case, Gossip Girl, 90210, and currently Pretty Little Liars!) or a movie(my fav-Titanic.), it’s not easy for them to notice the details of how a certain character is dressed, what accessories they’re wearing, or how their shoes totally complement their outfits. Most of us are too immersed in the actual events in the movie, like- what’s flying across the screen, who’s dying, OMG he betrayed her, etc etc.
But we’re honestly missing out on a lot. Fashion doesn’t only exist on runways. In fact, costume designs in films or on TV series are actually one of the best epitomes of detailed, elaborate, unique outfits on display.
For example, Trish Summerville created the look for Katniss Everdeen on Catching Fire. She’s also worked with celebs like Christina Aguilera, Pink, and Justin Timberlake on their music videos.
Indonesian designer Tex Saverio designed the dress. It’s decorated with Swarovski crystals and weighs about 25 pounds.
Notice how she portrayed Katniss in the scene above-formal and proper, yet not too plain. I personally love the blue&black fur.
And Meredith Markworth-Pollack has designed/is designing the looks for Gossip Girl, Hart of Dixie, and Reign. (Some of the best TV series EVER.) I’ve sent her some interview questions, and she’s going to reply soon with her answers!! I’m so excited.. Stay in tune, folks. The interview post with Ms. Markworth-Pollack shall be uploaded soon.
(image above: Chuck and Blair from Gossip Girl look amazing with their colorful yet classy outfits. Just perfect for scheming and walking around the Upper East Side.)
(image above: Zoe Hart from Hart of Dixie, looking bright and merry with her dotted shirt and cute yellow purse.)
I’m also a fan of Michael Wilkinson, who has designed costumes for famous movies such as 300(by Zack Snyder), Tron Legacy(loved it!), Man of Steel, Breaking Dawn Part II(Yes, I mean the Twilight Saga.) etc. I’ve sent him an email asking him if he could do an interview for us! (fingers crossed…)
(image above: Tron Legacy!! The futuristic look is beautiful and so detailed.)
(image above: from 300. Mr. Wilkinson really succeeded in showing us an army of raging Spartans with their dramatic capes and fierce-looking gold arm-cuffs.)
(image above: Man of Steel! The costume is different from the original fabric Superman costume that we’re all accustomed to, making it more special, modern, and unique.)
Aaand last but not least, let me introduce Kurt and Bart! They’re a duo, and they’re amazing x2! They’ve put together the outfits for the music videos for ”Slave 4 You,” ”Toxic,” and ”Me Against the Music” by Britney Spears, and have also worked on movies like Step-Up 3D, Howl, and Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.
(image above: from Me Against the Music by Britney, featuring Madonna. This is one of my favorite outfits of all time from a music video. It’s unique yet so stylish!)
(image above: from Step Up 3D. Bold, fierce dancing outfits. I love how the outfits blend in with the orange-red, wet floor and the background with loads of people gathered together. )
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