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From ClothesOnFilm.com: The Hangover! Interview with Costume Designer Louise Mingenbach

Hi Frocktalkers!  I am winding down my work on this small film.  It has been crazazay, but good, and I am slowly crawling out of the swamp.  I want to pass along this great article from our friend Chris over at ClothesOnFilm.com – it’s a very nice interview with costume designer Louise Mingenbach about her work on The Hangover.  I will have more for you next week, so stay tuned!!!

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…And don’t miss the first review/article of The Hangover that preceded it!

— KMB

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