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Feminist Media Histories (2018) 4 (2): 84–89.
Published: 01 April 2018
...Drake Stutesman NOTES 1. Jeffrey Richards, Sir Henry Irving: A Victorian Actor and His World (London: Hambledon, 2005). An example is that critic Clement Scott's 1892 review of Henry Irving extolled how his costume showed “at first glance, how Mr. Irving intends to read his character...
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Feminist Media Histories (2018) 4 (1): 37–57.
Published: 01 January 2018
...Helen Warner This article examines the storytelling practices of a particular community of “below-the-line” practitioners: costume designers. Their stories are often written out of media histories that privilege the testimonies of above-the-line (typically male) professionals. This article provides...
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Feminist Media Histories (2016) 2 (2): 71–106.
Published: 01 April 2016
...Melanie Williams Drawing on new and established approaches to film costume, this article examines the creative work of the costume designer, contextualizing it as a gendered profession. It takes the career of the British film costume designer Julie Harris as its illustrative case study, tracing her...
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Sue (Mabel Normand) works in the <b>costume</b> shop in  The Extra Girl  (1923).  ...
Published: 01 October 2016
FIGURE 12. Sue (Mabel Normand) works in the costume shop in The Extra Girl (1923). FIGURE 12. Sue (Mabel Normand) works in the costume shop in The Extra Girl (1923). More
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Eng poses in a lion dance <b>costume</b>, juxtaposed with two actresses in opera c...
Published: 01 April 2016
FIGURE 3. Eng poses in a lion dance costume, juxtaposed with two actresses in opera costumes. FIGURE 3. Eng poses in a lion dance costume, juxtaposed with two actresses in opera costumes. More
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Postwar glamour: Julie Harris <b>costume</b> sketch for Jean Kent&#x27;s character in  ...
Published: 01 April 2016
FIGURE 1. Postwar glamour: Julie Harris costume sketch for Jean Kent's character in Good Time Girl , 1948. (Courtesy BFI National Archive) FIGURE 1. Postwar glamour: Julie Harris costume sketch for Jean Kent's character in Good Time Girl, 1948. (Courtesy BFI National Archive) More
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Intermediate <b>costume</b> sketch for Deborah Kerr in  Prudence and the Pill , 19...
Published: 01 April 2016
FIGURE 3. Intermediate costume sketch for Deborah Kerr in Prudence and the Pill , 1968. (Courtesy BFI National Archive) FIGURE 3. Intermediate costume sketch for Deborah Kerr in Prudence and the Pill, 1968. (Courtesy BFI National Archive) More
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Witty and sexy <b>costume</b> pastiche: sketch for Amanda Barrie as Cleopatra in  ...
Published: 01 April 2016
FIGURE 5. Witty and sexy costume pastiche: sketch for Amanda Barrie as Cleopatra in Carry on Cleo , 1964. (Courtesy BFI National Archive) FIGURE 5. Witty and sexy costume pastiche: sketch for Amanda Barrie as Cleopatra in Carry on Cleo, 1964. (Courtesy BFI National Archive) More
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Sketch for Diana&#x27;s “lonely  principessa ” <b>costume</b>, designed to be torn off ...
Published: 01 April 2016
FIGURE 13. Sketch for Diana's “lonely principessa ” costume, designed to be torn off in self-loathing during a climactic moment in Darling . (Courtesy BFI National Archive) FIGURE 13. Sketch for Diana's “lonely principessa” costume, designed to be torn off in self-loathing during a climactic More
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Combining the futuristic and the ultra-1970s: <b>costume</b> sketch for internatio...
Published: 01 April 2016
FIGURE 17. Combining the futuristic and the ultra-1970s: costume sketch for international usherettes in Rollerball , 1975. (Courtesy BFI National Archive) FIGURE 17. Combining the futuristic and the ultra-1970s: costume sketch for international usherettes in Rollerball, 1975. (Courtesy BFI More
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Deborah Sundahl&#x27;s <b>costumes</b>. Collection #7788, box 15, Division of Rare and ...
Published: 01 April 2019
FIGURE 2. Deborah Sundahl's costumes. Collection #7788, box 15, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library. FIGURE 2. Deborah Sundahl's costumes. Collection #7788, box 15, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library. More
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Echoing her previous theatrical collaborations, a <b>costumed</b> Niki de Saint Ph...
Published: 01 April 2019
FIGURE 3. Echoing her previous theatrical collaborations, a costumed Niki de Saint Phalle works on props for Daddy . Courtesy the Steve Chibnall Collection. FIGURE 3. Echoing her previous theatrical collaborations, a costumed Niki de Saint Phalle works on props for Daddy. Courtesy the Steve More
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You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” <b>costumes</b> in  Star of Hong Kong ...
Published: 01 January 2019
FIGURE 3. You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” costumes in Star of Hong Kong (dir. Chiba Yasuki), 1962. Tōhō pamphlet, 1962, p. 16. FIGURE 3. You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” costumes in Star of Hong Kong (dir. Chiba Yasuki), 1962. Tōhō pamphlet, 1962, p. 16. More
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You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” <b>costumes</b> in  Star of Hong Kong ...
Published: 01 January 2019
FIGURE 3. You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” costumes in Star of Hong Kong (dir. Chiba Yasuki), 1962. Tōhō pamphlet, 1962, p. 16. FIGURE 3. You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” costumes in Star of Hong Kong (dir. Chiba Yasuki), 1962. Tōhō pamphlet, 1962, p. 16. More
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You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” <b>costumes</b> in  Star of Hong Kong ...
Published: 01 January 2019
FIGURE 3. You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” costumes in Star of Hong Kong (dir. Chiba Yasuki), 1962. Tōhō pamphlet, 1962, p. 16. FIGURE 3. You Min in Japanese, Chinese, and “British” costumes in Star of Hong Kong (dir. Chiba Yasuki), 1962. Tōhō pamphlet, 1962, p. 16. More
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As a petite girlish ingenue <b>costumed</b> in flounced and frilly gowns, Margueri...
Published: 01 October 2017
FIGURE 7. As a petite girlish ingenue costumed in flounced and frilly gowns, Marguerite Clark embodied a popular prewar feminine type. FIGURE 7. As a petite girlish ingenue costumed in flounced and frilly gowns, Marguerite Clark embodied a popular prewar feminine type. More
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Courrèges meets  salwar kameez : sketch for one of Ahme&#x27;s <b>costumes</b> in  Help...
Published: 01 April 2016
FIGURE 6. Courrèges meets salwar kameez : sketch for one of Ahme's costumes in Help! , 1965; the film's working title was “Beatles Two” at this stage of the production. (Courtesy BFI National Archive) FIGURE 6. Courrèges meets salwar kameez: sketch for one of Ahme's costumes in Help!, 1965 More
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Feminist Media Histories (2020) 6 (3): 79–103.
Published: 01 July 2020
... and performs Black feminist subjectivity. Beyoncé opens the show with a “royal” procession worthy of any high-fashion catwalk or Church of England coronation. Adorned in sequins and glitter, her costume affirms her queenly position in popular culture while incarnating royal Egyptian or Nubian...
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Feminist Media Histories (2020) 6 (3): 172–206.
Published: 01 July 2020
... university sector, challenging the PRI's ruling oligarchical hegemony and demanding a more equitable distribution of economic opportunities throughout Mexican society. Jodorowsky's theater works appealed to Mexican youth formally, embracing as they did visual excess in the form of baroque sets, costumes, and...
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Feminist Media Histories (2020) 6 (1): 66–92.
Published: 01 January 2020
... underdressed for the occasion: While costume changes are not unknown in interactive fiction, the extent to which the wardrobe determines the player's mobility in Plundered Hearts reflects a notably gendered and class-driven approach to examining spatial limitations. Frequently the player is barred from...