Dual Analysis | Clothes on Film

Two different costume opinions on one film.

  • Our first Dual Analysis with Costumer’s Guide. To kick off, here is what Chris from Clothes on Film had to say.

  • We discuss the clothing, jewellery, even underwear of The Young Victoria with Maggie from The Costumer’s Guide.

  • The Big Lebowski is brilliantly designed; the characters are concisely and efficiently illustrated, says KB from FrockTalk.com.

  • Let’s tell you why The Big Lebowski costume design rocked in an almost completely non-subtextual way.

  • Recently Clothes on Film chatted with Kristin Burke from FrockTalk about The Big Lebowski. We discussed weightlifting pants and feminism.

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

  • 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.

  • Beetle Juice was a wakeup call; the so-called ‘goth’ look had been dragged out from obscurity and put on to the big screen.

  • Attesting that upbeat and silly often go hand in hand, Beetle Juice stands as one of director Tim Burton’s most cheerfully insane projects.

  • Establishing a new feature at Clothes on Film, the following review is written in collaboration with costume designer Kristin M. Burke.