Anthea Sylbert | Clothes on Film

  • Artist Cathy Lomax has recreated several images from Rosemary’s Baby, analysing the film via costumes worn by its titular central character.

  • The Fortune is as pleasing to the eye as it is funny. Smart and loose casual elegance with a lot of silk and herringbone.

  • Part two of a new Dual Analysis. Costume designer Kristin Burke from FrockTalk gives her thoughts on Rosemary’s Baby.

  • As a preamble for Kristin Burke’s upcoming analysis of Rosemary’s Baby, here is a rather interesting chat we had about the film.


  • Anthea Sylbert was prolific following Rosemary’s Baby. Roman Polanski’s atmospheric horror was essentially her big break – and one of her toughest challenges too.


  • A landmark blend of acting, directing, structure and design, Chinatown is the greatest detective movie ever made.

  • Rosemary’s Baby is the perfect mid-sixties set fashion movie.