Some articles on costumes, costume:

Ali Pretty
... WOMAD, Trinidad Carnival working with Peter Minshall to create winning costumes for The Callaloo Company, The Atlanta Olympics Opening Ceremonies (costumes ... for Notting Hill Carnival in 1998, 1999 and 2004, as well as designing costumes for The Millennium Dome Opening Ceremonies ...
Little Big Planet 2 - Marketing and Release - Pre-order Bonuses
... Each pre-order consists of four costumes from the "Even More Animals" pack and up to two "special" costumes from Disney/Pixar and Insomniac Games ... Which of the "special" costumes the player received depended upon where they pre-ordered the game ... The costumes on offer were Ratchet Clank costumes, Toy Story Alien costume, a Tron suit or The Muppet's The Great Gonzo costume ...
Shadi Abdel Salam
... was an Egyptian film director, screenwriter and costume and set designer ... Wassef, 1957, and designed the decorations and costumes of some of the most famous historical Egyptian films among which are Wa Islamah, El-Nasser Salah El-Din ... Worked as a historical consultant and supervisor of the decoration, costumes and accessories sections of the Polish film (Pharaoh), directed by Kavelorovitch ...
Scènes De Ballet (Ashton) - Creation, Choreography and Design
... Nor were Beaurepaire's designs for the costumes quite to Ashton's liking though the choreographer retained his designer's hats, bracelets and chokers he ... Pearls and diamonds were added to the women's costumes, while the men's costumes were simplified ...
Lingua (play) - Costumes
... highly detailed and specific descriptions of the costumes worn by the actors Auditus wears "a garland of bays intermingled with red and white roses upon a false hair, a cloth of silver mantle ... The costumes of Lingua may give a rare indication of the range of costumes used in the plays of the era (though generalizing from one academic play to the popular ...

Famous quotes containing the word costumes:

    All costumes are caricatures. The basis of Art is not the Fancy Ball.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    Clothes make a statement. Costumes tell a story.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)