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Keeping Up With The Costumes

Keeping Up With The Costumes

Here’s the funny thing about this adorable little outfit. It’s so cute, but SO impractical. I mean who would actually wear this in the 1940s? You can see everything! That aside, we all know how nutty I am for knitwear!

Happy Tony Award Nominations Day! In honor of the special day I share with you a Tony Award winning costume from The Light in the Piazza, worn by Tony Award Winner Victoria Clark! It was later used on the tour and worn by Lynne Wintersteller. I wish I had seen her in the role! I just love Lynne’s voice. But, I’m not complaining.

Keeping Up With The Costumes

Here is a Clutch coat. A new phrase I just learned! It’s in  a little bit of need of help, but I love the silhouette.I do love the fabric too.

Anatomy of a Costume Designer. #tdfcc #costumes #broadway

Director of the Costume Collection, Stephen Cabral, leading a tour of our facility for our guests from GO Broadway

TDF Costume Collection Director Stephen Cabral presents the NY Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Costume Design to Gail Cooper-Hecht.

Love this print! www.tdf.org/costumes

Can we say the Chrysler Building? www.tdf.org/costumes

Beautiful Vintage Dress. www.tdf.org/costumes

Great 20'e Dress! www.tdf.org

Here is another house dress that I really enjoy. I love prints that contain apples and it seems that many house dresses of the times contained apple prints. I like the aqua/yellow of combination of the apples and how they color mix if you look at it long enough.

Throwback to an old Costume Collection logo. #tbt #CostumeCollection #tdfcc #tdf

Evolution of an iconic costume #tdfcc #costumecollection #annie

These two beauties are looking to scare up some summer fun! #tdfcc #CostumeCollection #Costumes #summer

Hot patootie, bless my soul! I really love that rock n' roll! #tdfcc #CostumeCollection #Costumes #NYC #RockyHorror

Designed by David Murin for the 2011 production of "Tommy" at the Berkshire Theater Festival (Berkshire Theater Group) #costume #costumedesign #sequins #sparkle

Opera Company of Middlebury’s production of Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” at the Town Hall Theater (2009). Douglas Anderson, Director, Mark Shapiro, Conductor and Carol Christensen, Chorus Director. Costume design by Debra Anderson (using TDF Costume Collection pulling services). Max Kraus/Trent Campbell, Photographers #costume #costumedesign #surrealism

Opera Company of Middlebury’s production of Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” at the Town Hall Theater (2009). Douglas Anderson, Director, Mark Shapiro, Conductor and Carol Christensen, Chorus Director. Costume design by Debra Anderson (using TDF Costume Collection pulling services). Max Kraus/Trent Campbell, Photographers #costume #costumedesign #surrealism

Opera Company of Middlebury’s production of Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” at the Town Hall Theater (2009). Douglas Anderson, Director, Mark Shapiro, Conductor and Carol Christensen, Chorus Director. Costume design by Debra Anderson (using TDF Costume Collection pulling services). Max Kraus/Trent Campbell, Photographers #costume #costumedesign #surrealism

Opera Company of Middlebury’s production of Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville” at the Town Hall Theater (2009). Douglas Anderson, Director, Mark Shapiro, Conductor and Carol Christensen, Chorus Director. Costume design by Debra Anderson (using TDF Costume Collection pulling services). Max Kraus/Trent Campbell, Photographers #costume #costumedesign #surrealism

Celebrating the new year in style!

Feeling a little mod. #CostumeCollection