It’s getting to be that time again, Frocktalkers – ComicCon 2014 is almost upon us. This year, I am honored to be on a couple of panels sponsored by the Costume Designers Guild, and if you care to join us (and you SHOULD, because these panels are AWESOME), here is some more information! Long & short of it: Thursday at 5P, Friday at 1P, and Saturday at 11A, in room 23ABC – but read on!!
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Oooh, Frocktalkers, this is exciting. Academy-Award-Winning costume designer James Acheson will be part of a panel about historical costumes in film moderated by Academy-Award-Nominated costume designer Deborah Nadoolman Landis at the Getty Center! Here are the details:
Dressing the Part: Historical Costume in Film
At the J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Center
Sunday, June 5, 2011, 3:00 p.m.
LOS ANGELES – This Sunday, June 5, three-time Academy Award® winning costume designer James Acheson (Dangerous Liaisons) along with costume designer and UCLA professor Deborah Landis, and fashion historian Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell discuss fashion history and its representation in movies in Dressing the Part: Historical Costume in Film, a panel discussion at the Getty Center. The program is related to the exhibitions Paris: Life and Luxury, which evokes the rich material ambiance of Paris during the mid-18th century, and Fashion in the Middle Ages, which reveals how manuscript illuminators depicted the dress of figures ranging from kings and popes to tradesmen and peasants.
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Tony Stark/Iron Man
Hello Frocktalkers! I am totally exhausted after a long day 1 (for me) of Comic Con this year. I saw some amazing things and had a great time, and I have some photos for you after the jump!
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Red, blood-shot eyes. Last day of the Con!
Okay, I just arrived back in LA from San Diego, and I am totally wiped out. Today was “Kids Day” at Comic Con, and I went with Mini Darth Vader and his dad to seek some good times. Good times we found, in the form of lots of fun kid-friendly activities.
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