Sites and links to categories concerning the creative work of individual movie costumers.
This category is for websites about the completed creative work of individual movie costumers. Submit resume or portfolio sites to the appropriate Business category.
(b. 1946; Leicester, England)
(1903-1959; Naugatauk, Connecticut)
(b. 1932; Salonika, Greece)
(1894-1958; Waco, Texas)

Designer in Chief at Paramount before moving to 20th Century Fox in 1939 and finally to Universal Studios from 1945 until 1948; outfitted over 200 Hollywood productions.
(b. Brisbane, Australia)
(b. 1950; London, England)
(b. Niagara Falls, New York)
(b. Turin, Italy)
Designer nominated for three consecutive British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA)
Awards, winning in 2000 for work on a television adaptation of Dickens's Great Expectations.

The Lost Prince earned the designer a Royal Television Society Award in 2003, and Gormenghast secured her a 2000 nomination in the Craft and Design category for Best Costume Design, Drama.
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(b. Dunedin, New Zealand)
(1926-2001; Suzzara, Italy)
(1911-1974)
(1897-1981; San Bernardino, California)

Sites devoted to the eight-time Academy Award-winning Costume Designer (forty nominations) who worked on hundreds of films during her career.
(1950-1995; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)
(b. 1939; Tokyo, Japan)
(1914-1995; San Diego, California)
(1897-1985; Chicago, Illinois)
(1907-1997; Paris)
(b. New Jersey)
(b. 1965; Lindfield, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
(b. 1931; London, England)
(1907-1983; Rome, Italy)
(1897-1964; Kiama, New South Wales, Australia )
(b. Sydney, Australia)
(b. Rosignano Solvay, Italy)
(b. 1963; New York)
(b. Czechoslavakia)
(1902-1982; Oakland, California)
(b. 1935; Chortlon-Cum-Hardy, England)
(b. 1960; London, England)
(1904-1985; Chicago, Illinois)
(b. 1931; Hanover, Pennsylvania)
(1910-1993; Boston, Massachusetts)
(b. Poland)
(1903-1987)
(b. Hihi, New Zealand)
(1920-1990)
(1899-1962; Bristol, England)
(1886-1970)
born Frederick Arlington Valles
(b. 1930; Paris, France)