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Topsy-Turvy (Lindy Hemming)

Anna and the King (Jenny Beavan)

Sleepy Hollow (Colleen Atwood)

The Talented Mr. Ripley (Ann Roth, Gary Jones)

Titus (Milena Canonero)


Shakespeare in Love (Sandy Powell)

Beloved (Colleen Atwood)

Elizabeth (Alexandra Byrne)

Pleasantville (Judianna Makovsky)

Velvet Goldmine (Sandy Powell)


Titanic (Deborah L. Scott)

Amistad (Ruth E. Carter)

Kundun (Dante Ferretti)

Oscar and Lucinda (Janet Patterson)


The English Patient (Ann Roth)

Angels and Insects (Paul Brown)

Emma (Ruth Myers)

Hamlet (Alex Byrne)

The Portrait of a Lady (Janet Patterson)


Restoration (James Acheson)

12 Monkeys (Julie Weiss)

Braveheart (Charles Knode)

Richard III (Shuna Harwood)

Sense and Sensibility (Jenny Beavan, John Bright)


The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (Lizzy Gardiner, Tim Chappel)

Bullets Over Broadway (Jeffrey Kurland)

Little Women (Colleen Atwood)

Maverick (April Ferry)

Queen Margot (Moidele Bickel)


The Age of Innocence (Gabriella Pescucci)

Orlando (Sandy Powell)

The Piano (Janet Patterson)

The Remains of the Day (Jenny Beavan, John Bright)

Schindler’s List (Anny Biedrzycka-Sheppard)


Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Eiko Ishioka)

Enchanted April (Sheena Napier)

Howards End (Jenny Beavan, John Bright)

Malcolm X (Ruth Carter)

Toys (Albert Wolsky)


Bugsy (Albert Wolsky)

The Addams Family (Ruth Myers)

Barton Fink (Richard Hornung)

Hook (Anthony Powell)

Madame Bovary (Corinne Jorry)


Cyrano de Bergerac (Franca Squarciapino)

Avalon (Gloria Gresham)

Dances With Wolves (Elsa Zamparelli)

Dick Tracy (Milena Canonero)

Hamlet (Maurizio Millenotti)

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