The designs were based on quite a lot of research of what a movie musical is, filtered through the eyes of today. If we’d gone strictly with the ’20s, the movement would have been impaired.
In Chicago, I walked in knowing what the dancers were going to need.
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|Birth:||25th September, 1948|
Colleen Atwood was born in Yakima, Washington. She is an American costume designer. She has been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Costume Design eleven times, winning three times; for the films Chicago in 2002, Memoirs of a Geisha in 2005, and Alice in Wonderland in 2010. She studied painting at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington. Her movie career started after a chance encounter with someone whose mother was designing the sets for the film Ragtime, and she got the job of a PA in the film. She worked as an assistant to a costume designer and eventually earned her first film credit for A Little Sex, directed by Bruce Paltrow. She designs for television, including the upcoming Supergirl series.
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