Angela Harrop was a costume design student balancing her studies with a hectic placement at ITV studios when she had a bold new idea to help artists in her ...
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Right here is the right website for anyone who hopes to understand this topic. You know so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I personally would want to…HaHa). You certainly put a brand new spin on a subject which has been discussed for years. Great stuff, just great!
I wear a deerstalker (and frock coat with a capelet) in Winter, as practical wear…you can imaging how sick I am of hearing Sherlock Holmes comments.
Most of the time I wear a broad brimmed felt hat (the black wool blank from JAS Townsend) to shade my eyes, and really only receive compliments on it.
[…] a postgraduate student in Film Studies here at Keele and recently I published the article ‘From Harlequin to Harley Quinn‘ for The Costume Rag. My article looks at the world of cosplay (costume play), in which I […]
Gwen good to read this article, and see at the time you were still working. I am now retired, but still help and advise occasionally younger friends who are working in costume. Suzi Clarke
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Love the Milanoo Tracer costume
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There is a shop with the largest assortment of Costume-Breakdown-Supplies in Europe. Its name is PATIN-A: https://www.patin-a.de/en/ The shop supplies all film productions, theatres and also cosplayers.
As someone who has worn Elizabethan stays for hours, if your body is changing your uncorseted shape, then you’re wearing it wrong. It was laced too tight for her slender figure.
If it changed her shape and “squashed her insides”, it was the wrong shape of stays. Elizabethans used stays that created a smooth, triangular shape, not an hourglass.