Oh, and there are pieces from her own closet.
The also-award winning costume, makeup and hair designers share all the behind-the-scenes details.
Oscar-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood takes your favorite "Harry Potter" prequel characters to the next level.
"I always try to push myself to do something new for him," she said.
She spoke at the Vulture Festival about designing for both new and familiar characters in the sequel to the 2010 global hit.
The costume and hair designers of "Into the Woods" tell us how they made the magic happen.
And that's a wrap. The 2013 CFDA award winners have been named and now they're out partying at The Standard (the official Swarovski-sponsored after party) and Westway (the exclusive Givenchy after-party) and wherever else the night may take them. Proenza Schouler nabbed their third win for womenswear designer of the year (they won in 2007 and 2011) beating out Alexander Wang and Marc Jacobs. See who else took top honors this year.
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.
Find out who got a nod for Best Costumes at the Oscars.
Making clothes fashioned from animal skin is nothing new. But making clothes out of insect skin (the technical term would be exoskeletons)? That's n