Costumer Penny Rose

Hollywood Awards honoree

If you look at Errol Flynn movies, everybody’s got a clean shirt on. They look ridiculous,” says Rose, who introduced a different, more distressed look to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series. “No garment goes in front of the camera new. Everything has to look as if it’s been slept in for a couple of years, including the upper-class folk.”

Rose recalls how she got the job: “Mr. Bruckheimer asked me how I would approach the film, and I said: ‘I do real. If you want fantasy, if you want operatic, if you don’t care whether it’s 1720 or 1900, I’m not the girl for you.’ “

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