Salvador Perez, the costume designer on Fox's "The Mindy Project," has succeeded Mary Rose as the new president of The Costume Designers Guild. The outspoken Rose, a longtime champion of the…
Nine-times Emmy nominated costume designer Grady Hunt died May 5 in Hollywood. He was 91. Born on May 16, 1921 in Lone Oak, Texas, the costumer began his career — after serving in the Navy during…
Welcome to the spotlight, C.M. The Oscar-winning costume and production designer Catherine Martin, who goes by simply C.M., received her first full-blown gallery exhibit, displaying her work from…
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Costume designer Connie Wexler died on Jan. 14 in New York due to complications of the flu. She was 85 and was suffering from Alzheimer's.
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Veteran Broadway costume designer Martin Pakledinaz, who won Tonys for his work in the 1999 revival of "Kiss Me, Kate" and another for 2002 musical "Thoroughly Modern Millie," died Sunday morning…
Costume designer Richard Bruno, who designed costumes for films including "Heaven Can Wait," "Raging Bull," "The Color of Money" and "Goodfellas," died Jan. 11 in Port Townsend, Wash., from kidney…
Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated costume designer Ray Aghayan, whose work appeared on Oscarcasts, at the 1984 Summer Olympics and draping the likes of Barbra Streisand, Judy Garland, Julie Andrews…
At a tony gathering of top-flight costume designers at the Soho House in West Hollywood on Wednesday night, the idea of placing contemporary, period and fantasy design into separate categories was…
Noel Taylor, who designed costumes for "Actor: The Paul Muni Story" and "The Teahouse of the August Moon" on Broadway, died Thursday in Los Angeles of natural causes. He was 97.