For this New York City-based costume designer and trans activist, artistry and protest are intertwined.
What do costumes look like, and mean, without a story? With the pandemic limiting access to actors, six Northwestern MFA costume candidates were asked by professors Ana Kuzmanic and Linda Roethke to explore this question.
A new site celebrates the designs for canceled productions and offers a peek behind the scenes.
How one costume designer is working for change through her chosen medium.
Willa Kim Scholarship recipients are using it to supplement their costume design skills, from watercolor painting to digital rendering.
The acclaimed designer, who worked on more than 200 productions in a 7-decade career, was known for sculpting her work on actors’ and dancers’ bodies.
Her students keep her young, she says, as she balances new jobs, Broadway productions, and regional work.
Costume designers, who spend their lives clothing fictional characters, tell us what they’re wearing (and why).