An interview with costume designer Margot Wilson

Margot Wilson shares how she got her start as a costume designer, the difference between designing period or contemporary costumes, and designing Kate Winslet’s wardrobe in The Dressmaker. Following on from our previous story with Marion Boyce (who costumed the supporting cast of Jocelyn Moorhouse’s The Dressmaker), here now is our full interview with the film’s other Australian…

100 Women Video Diaries: director Jocelyn Moorhouse & producer Sue Maslin

Not long after finishing her studies at the Australian Film Television and Radio School, Jocelyn Moorhouse was already earmarked as one of Australia’s most promising filmmakers. Her debut film Proof (1991) had earned rave reviews around the world – picking up a special honour at Cannes Film Festival along the way – and even managed to catch the attention of one Steven Spielberg.…

The style evolution of Rachel Zane

The ombre silk Burberry blouse, the tan Celine bag, and all those glorious pencil skirts… here’s my round-up of the best new Rachel Zane outfits on Suits. Whoa. I can’t believe we have reached the mid-season finale of Suits already. I’m loving all the flashbacks in everyone’s storyline and, as per usual, I am beyond obsessed with everyone’s fashion. This means it…

The fashion of Fatal Attraction

Why Glenn Close’s 1980s monochrome still thrills. Glenn Close has a thing about movie memorabilia. The six time Oscar nominated actress not only collects props from films she’s made, but incredibly, is often allowed to keep some of her costumes too. Case in point: the signature black leather wrap coat with oversized shoulder pads she wore as the…