The Clothing of the Character
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charlene_o: So this happened. Eddie Redmayne just interviewed one of my fashion idols
and I got to be in the same room. It was amazing. @colleenatwoodofficial is flawless.
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sarabandefoundation on IG: Last night, Colleen Atwood & Eddie Redmayne closed our 2017 program of talks with a truly inspirational discussion on Colleen’s remarkable Oscar-winning career in costume design. A huge thank you to both our guests for such a brilliant evening. Thanks also to our founding sponsor @ketelone for the delicious drinks and @purewhitelines for our speakers seating. All images by @larryj.photography 📸 Stay tuned for more images and on-demand footage very soon!
Eddie Redmayne, Ezra Miller and Colleen Atwood (winner of the Oscar for best costume design of Fantastic Beasts) were today at an event of the Sarabande Foundation that supports people who do not have enough resources to be artists (clothing design, jewelry, etc. ) You can spot Ezra Miller and Eddie's wife Hannah too on the photo below in the audience.
indiaarbuthnott: Last night I saw one of my favourite costume designers being interviewed by one of my favourite actors in the foundation my favourite designer set up for young creatives, oh and Ezra Miller was there too.
ewawilczynski: @sarabandefoundation closing lecture Colleen Atwood in conversation with Eddie Redmayne talking about her Oscar-winning costume designs. Inspiring to hear Colleen's creation process, and how her fantastical designs are rooted in some version of reality . Sarabande never fail to curate the most incredible art events and shows, with some of the greatest talents and minds in art and fashion . Thank you #sarabande #colleenatwood #eddieredmayne
kellytoode: Last night I was lucky enough to attend the intimate discussion
with the amazing Colleen Atwood, interviewed by Eddie Redmayne 😁
"As an artist I feel like you are always in that space, always thinking about it..."
atimetravellersguidetofashion: ...It was a fantastic chance to hear about the work
of Atwood, the four-time Oscar winning costume designer. Did you know that she began her working life selling Yves Saint Laurent in a department store? Of course, who could forget her tudor-inspired dress for Helena Bonham Carter as
the Red Queen in Alice in Wonderland (2010).
Check the link to see the headpiece that Atwood picked up in Jakarta years before it made its way into the movies, remodelled and worn by Carmen Ejogo in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016).