The 'In The Heights' Costumes Capture the Joy and Spirit of the Musical
"Hustlers" designer Mitchell Travers gives a tour through the Washington Heights-set film's vibrant colors celebrating Latinx heritage, locally shopped pieces and knockoff Gucci.
Fashion Design Students Reimagine Iconic Female Disney Costumes
For Disney on Broadway's 25th anniversary, 10 Fashion Institute of Technology students created modern looks inspired by Disney's leading ladies.
Bob Mackie on 'The Cher Show' Costumes and His 50-Plus Year Collaboration With the Superstar
"Of course, it probably took her three hours to get dressed originally," says Mackie, about costuming the real Cher. "But that's a whole different story."
The Costumes in the John Legend-Starring 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live!' Reference Rick Owens and Issey Miyake
"Hamilton" costume designer Paul Tazewell also shares the behind-the-scenes details on Alice Cooper's three-piece suit.
The Fascinating Process Behind How Broadway's Most Spectacular Costumes Are Made
Costume designers William Ivey Long, Clint Ramos and Paloma Young, plus triple threat Sutton Foster count 10 trophies among them.
Subscribe to our newsletter.
Must Read: Vanity Fair Releases 2017 Hollywood Portfolio, Tom Pecheux Named Global Beauty Director of YSL Beauté
Plus, how Mary Tyler Moore influenced the fashion industry.
The Most Memorable Broadway Musical Costumes of All Time
Costume Designer William Ivey Long guides us from "Oklahoma" to "Hamilton."
With 'Spring Awakening''s Return to Broadway, its Period Costumes Get a Contemporary Refresh
How the rock musical's costume designer is setting this revival apart from past productions — one pair of antiquated suspenders at a time.
Behind the Heels, Wigs, and Drag Makeup in Tony-Nominated Musical Kinky Boots
Kinky Boots, the Broadway musical with music and lyrics by Cyndi Lauper, is the story of a drag queen and a shoe factory owner who make some fabulous boots together--and learn a few life lessons in the process. The show is uplifting, and obviously has struck a chord with critics and theater-goers alike, as evidenced by its 13 Tony Award nominations, including one for Best Costume Design. Of course, the costumes, hair, and makeup play a crucial role.
Breakfast at Tiffany's Costume Designer Colleen Atwood on Giving Holly Golightly a 1940s Makeover
With Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke in the lead role made famous by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 film version of Breakfast at Tiffany's, we couldn't help but wonder how Holly Golightly's iconic wardrobe (Givenchy and satin gloves, anyone?) would translate to the stage--and the play's World War II-era Manhattan setting. We caught up with the production's costume designer Colleen Atwood--a Hollywood heavyweight who's been nominated for 10 Oscars and won three (for her work in Chicago, Memoirs of a Geisha, and Alice in Wonderland)--about her first foray into theater and redesigning an icon.