Deborah Nadoolman Landis (L) and Sandy Powell. Photo: Charlie Fonville
“Dress is a trifling matter…but it gives also the one outward sign from which people in general can and often do judge upon the inward state of mind and feeling of a person.” — Queen Victoria, 1858
By Lauren Fonville
The indomitable Queen Victoria, England’s longest-reigning monarch was on everybody’s mind on Sunday as visitors flooded the Getty Center’s new exhibit, A Royal Passion: Queen Victoria and Photography in Los Angeles.
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Frocktalkers, remember that awesome HOLLYWOOD COSTUME exhibit that Deborah Nadoolman Landis put together at the V & A in London last October? Well, it’s on the move! The show will open at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image in Melbourne on April 24. This is a DO NOT MISS event, people. If you are in Australia or New Zealand (or anywhere else close-by), this exhibit merits a trip, for sure. It’s so exciting. More info HERE! Enjoy, everyone!
It's a Small, Thrilling World After All...
Hi frocktalkers! This is my final post from and about Comic Con 2009. I attended the masquerade last Saturday night, and it was fantastic. I had to leave at the halfway point, unfortunately, but I wanted to share my photos with you.
Additionally, the news is that I will be teaching a class at UCLA this fall, for MFA/Costume students. It’s a very exciting opportunity. I will be teaching 8 out of 10 classes in costume design, while costume supervisor extraordinaire Heidi Higginbotham will be teaching 2 out of 10 classes in script breakdown, budgeting, and running the department. So you can imagine that the pace of life around here is going to ramp up quickly!
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