The show’s costume designer explains the genesis of the most influential looks from Amazon’s new series.
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From her couch in Massachusetts, Judith Durant oversaw production of the sweaters worn in the Broadway revival, knitting 13 of them herself.
How the “SpongeBob” costume designer used found objects — and yes, sequins — to dress an eye-popping array of singing, dancing sea creatures.
Behind the scenes of ‘Something to Dance About’ at New York City Ballet.
A trip to Haiti inspired the set, costumes — and animal actors — in the revival of this musical on Broadway.
Sara Krulwich photographs about 100 plays, musicals and operas each year, and is generally the only photographer not on a show’s payroll allowed to shoot.
They include the bowler from “Cabaret,” lots of Halston, a fat check made out to Andy Warhol and plenty of items owned by her mother, Judy Garland.
Carmen de Lavallade and her son, Leo Holder, make sure Geoffrey Holder’s spirit is in the room as Dance Theater of Harlem prepares “Dougla.”
For her extraordinarily detailed costumes, Ruth E. Carter studied the garments of the Maasai and other African tribes. A 3-D printer was also important.
The costume designer Ruth E. Carter has made a career of bringing black history to life in movies like “Amistad” and “Malcolm X.” But in “Black Panther” she draws on traditional African influences to look toward the future.