Costuming is a vital but oftentimes overlooked aspect of amazing filmmaking. Let's take a look at some movies and see how the costuming added so much to their stories.

Clothing, and the quality of life during the Victorian times depended on whether you were rich or poor...

 

A television series like Once Upon A Time employs dozens of people to 'make the magic happen' but it's fun to go behind the scenes and see what the set really looks like...

Ray Coble takes us backstage so we can see the costumes for yet another stage hit ...

Gabriella Pescucci designed colourful and energetic costumes for Boradway's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; let's take a peek...

Linda Cho is the costume designer behind Broadway's Anastasia. The finale dress is made with countless jewels; let's follow along

A close-up look at those B&B Costumes ...

Let's take a look at some very memorable costume movies ...

Costume Designer Montana Blanco discusses his work from Octoroon ...

Use the Pearls & Piping foot for couching Rat Tail cord with the blanket stitch...

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The Costumer's Notebook,

The book The Costumer's Notebook is a 295 page comprehensive handbook for Costumers for stage and film including a full Glossary of stage and film industry terms. Sections include methods and tricks for laundry, dyeing, breakdown, Dresser guidelines and protocols for Stage or Film and various size charts for men and women from shoes to gloves. Other Sections include diagrams showing How to Iron A Shirt, How to Tie a Tie and How to Tie a Bow Tie. Costume fittings, costume lay out and costume storage are also discussed.