Monthly Archives: June 2012

Set Sales with Costumes…sometimes

A lot a production companies choose to have sales at the end of the show to liquidate the stock and recoup some of their losses. We can usually really benefit from these sales by taking advantage of some super deals. … Continue reading

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BALENCIAGA – lessons from the master

I live in Vancouver Canada.  When I learned that a mere six and a half hour drive, several bridges and an international border south there would be an exhibit of couture clothing I just had to go. So into the … Continue reading

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The Show I lost my 20/20 site on…

For those of you who have seen the movie 3000 Miles to Graceland, you know how much shooting and blood there was. For some viewers, that means more tension or excitement, and for others it means a queasy feeling in … Continue reading

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Quilters Show Off

The Lions Gate Quilters Guild has a lot to show off.  They are 143 dedicated members strong and every other year they organize a wonderful display of their cumulative talent. As a costume maker and general all textile enthusiast I … Continue reading

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Memories of 13th Warrior (Eaters of the Dead)

Leslie – Your blog entry really brought back memories for me all day. Initially the costume designer was a lovely woman named Olga Dimitrov.  I still have a series of the sketches that she produced for characters.  The costume designer … Continue reading

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