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The Art of Costume Blogcast

The Art of Costume Blogcast

By The Art of Costume
The Art of Costume Blogcast is a weekly podcast hosted by Elizabeth Joy Glass and Spencer Williams, dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design. Join us each week as Elizabeth and Spencer break down the costumes from some of our favorite films and television shows, meet the costume designers, and go behind the scenes to find out what the costumes mean to the story and how they were created.
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Blonde with Costume Designer, Jennifer Johnson
Diamonds (and costumes) are a girl's best friend! Directed by Andrew Dominik, Blonde boldly reimagines the life of Marilyn Monroe, exploring the split between her public and private selves. For this week's special bonus episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Spencer is joined by CDG Award-Winning costume designer Jennifer Johnson to talk about her incredible work on Blonde. Topics include the in-depth background research needed for this project, recreating the Gentlemen Prefer Blondes dress, the legacy of costume designer William Travilla, designing costumes for black-and-white scenes, and the personal collaboration with actress Ana de Armas. Want more episodes of The Art of Costume Blogcast? Become an official costume maven at our Patreon for exclusive episodes and highlights just for Patreon members: Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume Podcast Merch Store: TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore Follow Us on Instagram: @TheArtofCostumePod
42:12
September 29, 2022
The Phantom of the Opera
Behold! This week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast is about the 2004 musical film based on Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 musical of the same name, The Phantom of the Opera.  *Cue the organ music* Join our cohosts as they visit the opera house for an episode full of costumes designed by Alexandra Byrne. Topics include a masquerade ball,  the over-the-top wardrobe of Carlotta Giudicelli (played by Minnie Driver), Christine Daaé, and a creepy guy who lives in the basement of an opera house. The Phantom of the Opera is there, inside your mind! Want more episodes of The Art of Costume Blogcast? Become an official costume maven at our Patreon for exclusive episodes and highlights just for Patreon members: Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume Podcast Merch Store: TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore Follow Us on Instagram: @TheArtofCostumePod
43:07
September 27, 2022
Beetlejuice
Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Finally, this week's episode is about the classic 1988 horror-comedy film directed by Tim Burton, Beetlejuice. Listen along as  Elizabeth and Spencer dive into the history behind these legendary costumes designed by Aggie Rodgers. Topics include Barbara's wedding dress, Lydia's goth looks, the iconic black and white suit worn by Michael Keaton, and the many costumes designed for Catherine O'Hara's character, Deetz. Want more episodes of The Art of Costume Blogcast? Become an official costume maven at our Patreon for exclusive episodes and highlights just for Patreon members: Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume Podcast Merch Store: TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore Follow Us on Instagram: @TheArtofCostumePod
45:15
September 20, 2022
Scooby-Doo
Zoinks! Our "Soft-Spooky Season" continues with a grossly underrated film from 2002, Scooby Doo. Join our cohosts as they head to Spooky Island to celebrate the 20th anniversary of this hilarious live-action adaptation with costumes designed by Leesa Evans. Topics include frosted tips, the legendary Sarah Michelle Gellar, the 70s wardrobe inspiration, Sugar Ray, and you might even hear a few sad Mystery Inc. impressions. Want more episodes of The Art of Costume Blogcast? Become an official costume maven at our Patreon for exclusive episodes and highlights just for Patreon members: Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume Podcast Merch Store: TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore Follow Us on Instagram: @TheArtofCostumePod
41:25
September 13, 2022
Van Helsing
Grab your wooden stakes and ball gowns. Welcome to what we call 'Soft Spooky Season' where for the next few episodes, we will watch some of our favorite spooky films that may not quite rise to the level of Halloween classics but are still iconic. First up is one of Elizabeth and Spencer's favorite films, Van Helsing. Listen along as our hosts discuss the costume worn by Hugh Jackman's Van Helsing, a very charming Rock N' Roll Dracula, fighting vampire wives in a corset, and a beloved doll...er...I mean action figure set. Costume design by Gabriella Pescucci and Carlo Poggioli. Want more episodes of The Art of Costume Blogcast? Become an official costume maven at our Patreon for exclusive episodes and highlights just for Patreon members: Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume Podcast Merch Store: TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore Follow Us on Instagram: @TheArtofCostumePod
42:20
September 06, 2022
Midsommar
Grab your flower crowns because we are traveling to Sweden! For the finale of our 'Hot Girl Summer' series, we are watching Midsommar. Listen along as our hosts discuss the costume design by Andrea Flesch, the Hårga of Hälsingland, the use of color, flower crowns, Florence Pugh, the famous 'May Queen' dress, and a...bear suit. Want more episodes of The Art of Costume Blogcast? Become an official costume maven at our Patreon for exclusive access to highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
41:35
August 30, 2022
The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Don't give up on the brink of a miracle! This week's episode is all about the 2021 film starring Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield, The Eyes of Tammy Faye. Ready your eyelashes and lip liner for a conversation all about the incredible costumes designed by Mitchell Travers, the legacy of Tammy Faye, funky colors, and adorable puppets. Want more episodes of The Art of Costume Blogcast? Become an official costume maven at our Patreon for exclusive access to highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:04:55
August 23, 2022
Derry Girls
Break out your favorite Cranberries tee because this week, we are watching Derry Girls. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer head to Derry, Northern Ireland, to discuss the many costumes worn by Erin, Orla, Clare, Michelle, James, and the many misadventures of these wild nineties teens. Want more episodes? Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
59:56
August 16, 2022
Nope with Costume Designer, Alex Bovaird
That cloud sure does look awfully suspicious... For this bonus episode, we are excited to share part two of Spencer's interview with The White Lotus costume designer, Alex Bovaird. Directly after designing the costumes for The White Lotus, Alex moved on to Jordan Peele's new film, Nope. Listen along as Alex and Spencer discuss the costumes for the main characters, horror films, The Scorpion King, Ricky "Jupe" Parks UFO suit, a terrifying nineties set, and breaking down costumes for the hot California sun. Want more episodes? Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
35:13
August 11, 2022
The White Lotus with Costume Designer, Alex Bovaird
Is anyone in the mood for a vacation? You are in luck as The Art of Costume Blogcast is heading to The White Lotus, and we brought a special guest. Spencer is joined by Emmy-Nominated® costume designer of The White Lotus, Alex Bovaird! Listen along as Alex discusses the colors and prints seen in the show, the unraveling of Armond, dressing the iconic Jennifer Coolidge, the inspiration behind Rachel Patton's wardrobe, and staying true to the spirit of Hawaii. Want more episodes? Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
35:41
August 09, 2022
Interview with Angelyne Costume Designer, Danny Glicker
Long live the hot-pink Queen of the Universe, Angelyne! In this week's special bonus episode full of billboards, Corvettes, crystals, and UFOs, Elizabeth is joined by 2022 Emmy Nominee for Outstanding Period Costumes, Danny Glicker. Listen along as Danny speaks about the nomination and being the costume designer on Angelyne, creating looks that span decades, working with prosthetics, and that epic spaceship costume. Beam us up! Want more episodes? Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
43:23
August 04, 2022
Marie Antoinette
Let them eat costumes! This week's episode is about the Academy-Award-winning film directed by Sofia Coppola, Marie Antoinette. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer talk through the film, eat macaroons, go to a ball, and discuss the costumes designed by costume design legend; Milena Canonero. Want more episodes? Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:04:32
August 02, 2022
The Devil Wears Prada with Marie Lodi & Blaire Bercy of Fishnet Flix
Cancel your tickets to the hideous skirt convention because this week, we have the greatest collaboration of all collaborations. On this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, we are joined by the hosts of Fishnet Flix, Marie Lodi and Blaire Bercy! Listen along as the two podcasts come together to discuss the costumes of the legendary 2006 film, The Devil Wears Prada. Topics include Andrea's transformative wardrobe, Miranda's coat, an iconic necklace, Patricia Field, toxic workplaces, and... are you going to eat that steak? By all means, move at a glacial pace. You know how that thrills me... Subscribe and listen to Fishnet Flix on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Want more episodes? Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:31:23
July 26, 2022
Everything Everywhere All at Once
The universe is so much bigger than you realize. We hope you like hot dogs because in this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, we are watching Everything Everywhere All at Once. Listen along as our cohosts discuss the iconic work of Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis's transformation into Deirdre Beaubeirdre, the hot dog fingers, the many costumes of Jobu Tupaki, and why we think costume designer Shirley Kurata MUST be nominated for an Academy Award in 2023. Want more episodes? Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:00:33
July 19, 2022
Bridgerton: Season Two
All is fair in love and war. Dear listeners, this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast is all about the steamy second season of Bridgerton. Promenade with our cohosts as they discuss the costumes worn by the diamond of the season, Miss Edwina Sharma, the Viscount  Anthony Bridgerton, wet t-shirt contests, bee phobias, and the massive costume design fantasy headed up by designer, Sophie Canale. If anyone shall reveal the circumstances of these costumes, it is The Art of Costume Blogcast. Yours truly, Lady Whistledown. Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details.  The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues!  Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:26:53
July 12, 2022
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
This is not a drill! James Buchanan Barnes makes his long-awaited return to The Art of Costume Blogcast. We are keeping our Independence Day tradition going by watching Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Listen along as our hosts discuss Captain America's wardrobe upgrade, the emergence of Falcon, Natasha's questionable disguises, and a whole lot of Bucky Barnes! On your left! Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:00:09
July 05, 2022
Mad Max: Fury Road - First Anniversary Episode
We can't believe it but The Art of Costume Blogcast is turning one! Take a moment to celebrate with us as we welcome Dan and Chloe for a special toast. Then, to the gates of Valhalla we go! In honor of our anniversary, we are celebrating with another Jenny Beavan classic. This time, we are watching Mad Max: Fury Road. Buckle up your seatbelts because this film is a wild ride. Listen along as we discuss the crazy costumes of Fury Road, including Furiosa, Immortan Joe, and Max Rockatansky. Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:17:01
June 28, 2022
Interview with The Book of Boba Fett Costume Designer, Shawna Trpcic
Saddle up your bantha because we have a special, surprise bonus episode. Shawna Trpcic, the costume designer for The Book of Boba Fett, is here to talk all about her costumes. Listen along as Spencer talks with Shawna about the legacy of Star Wars costume design, Boba Fett's upgraded armor, bringing compassion and culture to the Tuskens, designing costumes for a live-action Cad Bane, Luke Skywalker, and so much more! This is the way. Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
32:56
June 22, 2022
Our Flag Means Death
Ahoy, mateys! On this here week's episode o' The Art of Costume Blogcast, our cohosts be watchin' Our Flag Means Death! Join our crew as we break down the costume design by Christine Wada, includin' all o' the costumes of The Revenge, Stede Bonnet the Gentleman Pirate, an' one sexy Blackbeard played by Taika Waititi. Don't forget to eat yer oranges. Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:01:36
June 21, 2022
The Northman
Ever are we bound by the brilliant costuming of Linda Muir and her work on The Northman. In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, our cohosts explore the costuming of Robert Eggers's new film starring Alexander Skarsgård, The Northman. Journey with us to Iceland as we discuss the thoroughly researched process behind the costume design, including the costumes created for Prince Amleth, King Aurvandill War-Raven, Queen Gudrún, and the Seeress played by Björk. Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers, and additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:16:53
June 14, 2022
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
"I hereby christen this budget barbie camper, Priscilla... Queen of the Desert!" This week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast is all about the 1994 film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Listen along as our cohosts' journey to the Australian outback and discuss the Academy-Award-winning work of costume designers Tim Chappel and Lizzy Gardiner. We break down each of the incredible dance numbers and drag fashions, all of which were created with a shockingly nonexistent budget.
58:32
June 07, 2022
The Great - Season Two
Huzzah! In this week's episode, Elizabeth and Spencer watch the second season of Hulu's hit series, The Great. Join us as our cohosts dive into the "occasionally true story" about Catherine The Great's reign and all of the costumes designed by Sharon Long. Grab some macaroons and enjoy this hilarious tale of feuds, wigs, grief, pregnancy, crocodiles, and even a visit from Catherine's mother who is brilliantly played by Gillian Anderson. Want to listen to our episode about season one of The Great? Become an official member of our Patreon for exclusive access! On our Patreon, we post our favorite highlights, funny moments, unheard bloopers and additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details.   The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues!   Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:19:33
May 31, 2022
Interview with Moon Knight Costume Designer, Meghan Kasperlik
The scales are finally in balance. The highly anticipated Moon Knight bonus episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast is here! Costume designer Meghan Kasperlik returns to the studio to talk about her costumes and lay down some serious "Behind-The-Wardrobe Facts" about the complicated Moon Knight suit, the contemporary clothing, inspirations, Egyptian mythology research, and the building of practical costumes for the various gods in the show. At the end of the podcast, Meghan sticks around to answer some fan questions as well! Embrace the chaos. Consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
43:44
May 26, 2022
Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope
These aren't the droids you're looking for... You will listen to this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast *waves hands*. Our space month comes to an epic conclusion with the sci-fi film to beat all sci-fi films, Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope. Join our cohosts as they discuss the costumes created for the stormtroopers, Princess Leia, Darth Vader, C-3PO, and the many costumes created by legendary costume designer, John Mollo. May the force be with you. Consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:41:00
May 24, 2022
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Looks like things have just gotten out of hand! In this week’s episode, our cohosts travel to the multiverse with the new MCU film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss their thoughts on the film, explore the costumes designed by Graham Churchyard, talk about zombies, surprise cameos, and stan Wanda Maximoff. Consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:01:08
May 17, 2022
Galaxy Quest with Dan White
By Grabthar's Hammer, by the suns of Warvan, you shall listen to this week’s episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast. This week our cohosts are joined by their best friend, Dan White, audio engineer and editor of The Art of Costume Blogcast! Listen along as the trio watch Galaxy Quest and breakdown the various crew uniforms, the ill-fated Thermians, Stan Winston, pig lizards, and… what is it called when your costume includes a shirt but zero bottoms? Never give up! Never surrender! Consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:13:48
May 10, 2022
Guardians of the Galaxy
We are Groot! Space Month continues with one of our favorite MCU films, Guardians of the Galaxy. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer appreciate the work of costume designer Alexandra Byrne, the costumes created for Peter Quill, Gamora, Drax The Destroyer, Rocket, Groot, and the many other characters that make up this hilarious universe. Consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
54:42
May 03, 2022
Alien
Happy Alien Day nerds! In this week’s episode, we go behind the wardrobe of Ridley Scott’s 1979, Alien. Listen along as our cohosts discuss the origins of Alien, the costume design by John Mollo, the creation of the Xenomorph suit, the twisted art of H.R. Giger, space cats, and our hero… Sigourney Weaver. This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off. Consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
59:16
April 26, 2022
Spring Break Preview - The Lord of The Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The anger... the fury... the MUSCLES! It's Spring Break! This week, The Art of Costume Blogcast team is out enjoying their Spring Break, probably doing really cool things with really cool people. But never fear, we wouldn't leave you alone without some costume content! Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer are joined by the podcast's audio engineer and editor, Dan White, to preview the highly-anticipated Patreon exclusive episode, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. Then listen to some of Dan's favorite funny moments from the season so far. Next week, the podcast will return with a new episode with one of Spencer's favorites, Alien, starring Sigourney Weaver. To listen to the full Patreon exclusive episode, head over to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume and subscribe to our Costume Maven tier. The Costume Maven tier will unlock monthly bonus episodes, funny moments, bloopers, and future episode polls!  If you want to get yourself some Blogcast merch before the show returns next week, head to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore, where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues.
27:33
April 19, 2022
Spider-Man: No Way Home with Lexy Silverstein
I think we just got the Peter-Tingle! In this week's episode, The Art of Costume Blogcast heads into the Spider-Verse to discuss the costumes of the record-breaking film, Spider-Man: No Way Home. With Doctor Strange opening up the multiverse, we have a whole horde of incredible costumes to discuss designed by costume designer Sanja Milkovic Hays. Lexy Silverstein, Host of the eLEXYfy: The Place For Fashion podcast and one of the world's most decorated experts in the field of Andrew Garfieldology, joins our cohosts to discuss all of the Spider-Suits, the return of some iconic villains, Zendaya's looks, Daredevil, and they weigh in on the controversial Spider-Man "Buttgate". Get on your phones, scour the internet, and Scooby-Doo this s**t.  Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:30:39
April 12, 2022
The Gilded Age
Grab a cup of tea, your favorite ballroom attire, and ready your judgmental glances because it’s time to travel back to 1882! This week on The Art of Costume Blogcast, our cohosts break down the costumes from HBO’s The Gilded Age. Listen as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss the costumes designed by costume designer Kasia Walicka-Maimone, the many established members of society, Mrs.Russell’s award-worthy wardrobe, the use of color and textiles, and Spencer’s crush Christine Baranski. We haven't been so thrilled since 1865. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:32:24
April 05, 2022
The Batman
C’mon vengeance. Let’s get into some trouble! This week’s episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast is all about The Batman.  Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer break down The Batman and its realistic costumes designed by Jacqueline Durran. Of course, our cohosts also need to spend some time discussing Bruce Wayne’s daddy issues, Zoë Kravitz being Catwoman, Robert Pattinson’s Batsuit, multiple beatings, and… was that Colin Farrell? You must listen. That’s not just a call… It’s a warning. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
49:53
March 29, 2022
West Side Story
Ponle fuego, ¡vamos! In honor of the upcoming Academy Awards, we are watching the 2021 rendition of West Side Story! In this week's episode, our cohosts gush over the brilliant costuming of Paul Tazewell, a 2022 Academy Award nominee for Best Costume Design. Then, Elizabeth and Spencer dive into the color stories created by Tazewell, Anita's museum-worthy "sun" dress, the return of Rita Moreno, Maria's white dance dress, and Elizabeth discusses her beef with William Shakespeare. Catch us outside Shakespeare, how about that? Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
46:60
March 22, 2022
Interview with Three Months Costume Designer, Whitney Anne Adams
In this bonus episode, Elizabeth and Spencer sit down with costume designer Whitney Anne Adams to talk about her work on the new film starring Troye Sivan, Three Months. To start, Whitney discusses her beginnings as a costume designer working with some industry legends such as Catherine Martin and Eiko Ishioka. Then we dive into some great stories behind this vibrant film such as the doodling on the shoes, the Fleetwood Mac and David Bowie graphic tees, a fridge-worthy email from Stevie Nicks, and designing a film set it in…wait for it… 2011!
26:05
March 17, 2022
Hawkeye
Grab your bow and arrows, because this week we are watching the Disney+ original, Hawkeye. Listen along as our cohosts break down the costumes of Hawkeye designed by Michael Crow, larping, the return of Yelena, Kingpin’s surprise appearance, comic parallels, and Rogers: The Musical. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:12:04
March 15, 2022
Twilight with Avisha Kumar and Chloe White
Where the hell have you been, loca! The time has come for the highly anticipated Twilight episode! This week our cohosts are joined by two special guests, Elizabeth and Spencer’s best friends and fellow Twihards, Avisha Kumar and Chloe White. Topics include everything from Team Edward, the iconic baseball scene, Charlie Swan being the ultimate… *ahem* Dilf, Bella’s prom dress, Edward’s peacoat and sunglasses, and a conversation about hobbits. Prepare to laugh until it hurts. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:29:19
March 08, 2022
Stardust
In this week’s epic conclusion of Fairytale romance month, we are watching one of our favorite films, Stardust! Listen along as our cohosts talk about the period costumes designed by Sammy Sheldon, the twisted sibling relationship of the Stormhold brothers, Michelle Pfeiffer and her coven of witches, Captain Shakespeare, and… Arthur Weasley acting as a goat? Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
58:28
March 01, 2022
Carnival Row
Fairy Tale Romance Month is taking a darker turn as we take a trip to Carnival Row, a place where creatures are forbidden to live, love, or fly with freedom. Listen along as our cohosts dive into the costumes by designer Joanna Eatwell and the various period costumes, fairy wing prosthetics, exciting color schemes, and Orlando Bloom’s fine self! Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests!   Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues!   Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:19:55
February 22, 2022
Ever After: A Cinderella Story
Our Fairy-Tale romance month wouldn’t be complete without a classic Cinderella story! This week we are watching the 1998 American romantic drama film inspired by the Cinderella fairy tale, Ever After. Listen as our cohosts discuss the many French Renaissance-era costumes designed by Jenny Beavan. Topics include the famous winged dress worn by Drew Barrymore, Anjelica Huston as Baroness Rodmilla de Ghent, Leonardo da Vinci’s wardrobe, and the various red flags of Prince Henry. You better listen before you turn into a pumpkin! Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:26:36
February 15, 2022
Enchanted with Mona May
I've been dreaming of a true love's kiss! Fairy Tale Romance Month continues with one of our favorite films, Enchanted! But wait, it gets better. In this week’s episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, extra special guest Mona May calls in to the show! Listen as our cohosts talk with Mona about designing the costumes for Enchanted, working with animation and CGI, creating Giselle’s wedding dress, the Central Park musical number, and the notorious Queen Narissa costume!  Get your copy of The Art of Disney Costuming: Heroes, Villains, and Spaces Between by Jeff Kurtti, featuring some of the great costumes by Mona May and so many other talented costume designers. Want to see some of these Enchanted costumes in person. Here is your chance! Visit the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle and check out the Heroes and Villains: The Art of the Disney Costume exhibition. Tickets are available through April 17, 2022. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:03:45
February 08, 2022
Pushing Daisies
We are kicking off “Fairy-Tale Romance” month with a television show that ended too soon, Pushing Daisies. This show has everything, synchronized swimming, murder, pie, and Kristin Chenoweth! Join us as we break down the colorful, Emmy-award-winning costumes and this brilliant love story. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod.  For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:27:05
February 01, 2022
Nightmare Alley with Luis Sequeira
Who is ready to go to the carnival? 🎪 In this week’s special episode, our co-hosts are joined by Oscar-nominated costume designer Luis Sequeira to talk about the new Guillermo del Toro film, Nightmare Alley 🔥 Listen along as Luis talks with us about the challenging pre-production, creating the fabulous carnival costumes, the high-fashion New York scenes, and of course, working with Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett. Don’t miss it!⁠ ---------------------------------------- Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
46:03
January 25, 2022
Spencer - Season Two Premiere
Today is the day! The Art of Costume Blogcast is back with the first episode of season two! In this week’s episode, our co-hosts Elizabeth and Spencer reunite and talk about their holiday breaks! Then, it’s time for more brilliant costuming. We are watching the new Princess Diana film, Spencer 👑 Listen along as our co-hosts discuss Kristen Stewart’s wardrobe, pearls, a dress that looks like soup, the mischievous Timothy Spall, and Academy-Award Winning costume designer Jacqueline Durran’s many collaborations with Chanel.⁠ --------------------------------- Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe, read show notes, and send us your movie and television requests! Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming an official member of our new Patreon! For our Patrons, we’ll be posting highlights, funny moments, and unheard bloopers. We’ll also be posting additional, special episodes just for Patreon members. Head to Patreon.com/TheArtOfCostume for all of the details. The Art of Costume Blogcast official merch store is now open! Go to TheArtOfCostume.com/PodStore where you can buy an awesome Blogcast shirt, print, coffee mug, and a whole host of other possibilities from TeePublic. We will be adding more designs as the podcast continues! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:23:49
January 18, 2022
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
Surprise! Christmas came early this year with a special holiday episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast. For this week’s episode, Elizabeth and Spencer record their first episode together in Los Angeles to talk about Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, a 1993 American stop-motion animated musical dark fantasy holiday film directed by Henry Selick and produced by Tim Burton. Listen along as our cohosts talk about the film’s complicated history and the costumes worn by your favorite characters. If you enjoyed the inaugural season of The Art of Costume Blogcast, please subscribe and leave a rating/review. Season 2 of The Art of Costume Blogcast premieres on January 18th, 2022!
36:17
December 21, 2021
House of Gucci - Season One Finale
It’s the season one finale of The Art of Costume Blogcast, sweeties! In this week’s episode, Elizabeth and Spencer celebrate the premiere season of the podcast by talking about their favorite episodes and memories. Then it’s time for the moment we have all been waiting for, House of Gucci. Character by character, our co-hosts discuss all of the costumes from this film designed by Janty Yates. This includes every costume from Paolo Gucci’s (Jared Leto) raspberry corduroy suit to Patrizia Reggiani’s (Lady Gaga) evil-red ski suit. The fun doesn’t stop there. Costume designer for The Office, Carey Bennett, returns for the grand reveal of our winner for The Office: Holiday Robe Giveaway! Thank you for joining us in our first season! Don’t worry; season two is not far away as we are set to return in January 2022! Please leave us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoyed this season. Follow us on Instagram, subscribe on YouTube, and tell us what you want to hear in the new season by heading to our official website.
01:09:55
December 07, 2021
The Addams Family
They’re creepy and they’re kooky. Mysterious and spooky. They’re all together ooky… why this week we are watching, The Addams Family! In this week’s episode, we are celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the 1991 film directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, The Addams Family. Listen along as our cohosts talk about their favorite costumes by Ruth Myers, macabre children's plays, the history of The Addams Family, and don’t think we aren’t doing The Mamushka. Don’t torture yourself, that’s our job.
52:45
November 30, 2021
Holidate
Afraid of being alone during the holidays? Never fear, The Art of Costume Blogcast is here! In this week’s episode, Elizabeth and Spencer watch the Netflix original starring Emma Roberts, Holidate. Listen along as our cohosts talk about the festive costume design by Helen Huang, Sloane’s holiday wardrobe, and least favorite gifts. And yes… a majority of this episode is dedicated to Kristin Chenoweth, as it rightfully should be!
01:06:16
November 23, 2021
The Office: Holiday Special with Carey Bennett
The holiday season is here, and what better way to get into the holiday spirit than hanging out with Michael Scott and the rest of the Dunder Mifflin gang! That’s right, in this week’s special episode, our co-hosts are watching The Office. Specifically, Season 2 Episode 10, Christmas Party, and Season 3 Episodes 10 and 11, A Benihana Christmas. Costume designer for the first four seasons of The Office, Carey Bennett, joins the podcast to talk about her experience on the show and creating these classic holiday wardrobes! Stay tuned until the very end of the episode, where you will learn about an opportunity to score one of the famous garments seen within these episodes. Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:00:27
November 16, 2021
Dune
Things are about to get ‘spicy’ on The Art of Costume Blogcast as Elizabeth and Spencer face their biggest challenge yet - a one-way trip to Arrakis. In this week’s episode, our co-hosts dive into the 2021 American epic science fiction film, Dune, directed by Denis Villeneuve with costume design by co-designers Jacqueline West and Bob Morgan. Topics include the famous ‘Stillsuit,’ the world’s relationship with Timothée Chalamet, the impeccable fashion of the Bene Gesserit, Oscar Isaac’s wardrobe (or lack thereof), and Elizabeth gives a brief history lesson on the world of Dune adapted by the 1965 novel by Frank Herbert. Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:16:45
November 09, 2021
The Fifth Element
Yeah! She knows it’s a multi-pass! This week, our co-hosts are packing their bags and heading to Fhloston Paradise to watch Spencer’s favorite standalone movie, The Fifth Element! Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer talk all about Milla Jovovich’s character Leeloo Dallas, Ruby Rhod, Diva Plavalaguna played by Maïwenn Le Besco, and the famed costumes of The Fifth Element by French haute couture designer Jean Paul Gaultier. Multi-pass? Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:23:40
November 02, 2021
What We Do In The Shadows S3 with Laura Montgomery
Oh, how deliciously macabre! We are finishing out the spooky season with a very special episode, talking about one of Elizabeth and Spencer's favorite shows, What We Do In The Shadows! Costume designer for season 3 of What We Do In The Shadows, Laura Montgomery, joins our co-hosts to talk about all things vampires. Topics include the research process behind Nandor, Nadja, and Laszlo, giving Colin Robinson a slight wardrobe upgrade, and turning Guillermo into a bodyguard. Laura even offers a few costume tips as Halloween approaches. You will NOT want to miss this one!
46:00
October 26, 2021
Bram Stoker's Dracula
We have a highly anticipated episode this week as our co-hosts watch a hauntingly beautiful classic, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss the Academy-Award-winning costumes designed by the legendary Eiko Ishioka, including Dracula’s creepy fits and fashions, Mina’s gowns, creepy Transylvanian taxis, and… well, a bunch of other things that are hard to describe!
01:27:20
October 19, 2021
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street with Daniel White
There's a hole in the world like a great black pit, and the vermin of the world inhabit it. And it goes by the name of London! We hope you are hungry because this week we are having meat-pies! Our co-hosts dive into the Victorian world of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street! Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer go song by song and break down the costumes by Academy-Award Winning costume designer Colleen Atwood. Even Daniel White, Audio Engineer for The Art of Costume Blogcast, joins in on all the meaty fun! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
58:10
October 12, 2021
Loki
On behalf of the Time Variance Authority, we hereby present to you our next spooky season episode, Loki. The Tom Hiddleston train continues as our co-hosts dive into the mysterious costumes of the hit Disney + show, designed by costume designer Christine Wada. We discuss everything from Loki's armor, Sophia Di Martino's armor made with nursing accommodations, and the many Loki variants. You throw a rock out here, and you hit a Loki! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:02:59
October 05, 2021
Crimson Peak
Beware of Crimson Peak! The Art of Costume Blogcast starts off the spooky season with one of Elizabeth’s favorite films, Crimson Peak - directed by Guillermo del Toro. Our co-hosts dive into the gothic romance film and break down the Victorian-era costumes by Kate Hawley. Pack your bags but don’t get too excited, the mansion is kind of a dump! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:07:28
September 28, 2021
The Suicide Squad
So this is the famous Suicide Squad? In this week’s episode, Elizabeth and Spencer break down the costumes from The Suicide Squad, directed by James Gunn. Our co-hosts look at each character’s film costume designed by Judianna Makovsky and compare it to their comic book origins. Then, it is time to join Task Force X on the enemy-infused island of Corto Maltese and kick some ass, all while pointing out our favorite costumes along the way! Warning: this episode is not recommended for those with a fear of sharks who wear pants. Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
56:40
September 21, 2021
Lovecraft Country with Dayna Pink
In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, our co-hosts dive into the hit HBO series, Lovecraft Country. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss the costumes, Leti’s wardrobe, horror elements, historical accuracy, and so much more - all with commentary provided by the Emmy-nominated costume designer herself, Dayna Pink! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:05:30
September 14, 2021
Emma.
In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, our co-hosts dive into the Jane Austen world of Emma Woodhouse (played by Anya Taylor-Joy). Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss the costumes designed by Academy Award-winning costume designer Alexandra Byrne, the Regency era, similarities between Emma and Cher Horowitz, sexy sideburns, and lots of empire waistlines! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
01:20:20
September 07, 2021
Clueless
In the tenth episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, our co-hosts discuss a true costume design masterpiece, the 1995 film directed by Amy Heckerling, Clueless. Listen as Elizabeth and Spencer dive into the costumes created by iconic costume designer Mona May, including Cher and Dionne’s matching plaid outfits, the infamous Alaïa dress, dressing the background characters, and those black and white gym outfits. As if! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests! For more costume reviews, deep dives, and interviews, visit TheArtofCostume.com - a blog dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design!
52:40
August 31, 2021
The Queen's Gambit
Elizabeth and Spencer watch a popular audience request in this week’s episode, The Queen’s Gambit! Our hosts discuss the beautiful wardrobe of Beth Harmon (played by Anya Taylor-Joy) and the costumes designed by 2021 Emmy Nominated costume designer Gabriele Binder. Don’t worry; there will not be a quiz on chess terminology - your guess is as good as ours. Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests!
01:13:20
August 24, 2021
Space Jam: A New Legacy with Melissa Bruning
In this week's special episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, we are watching Space Jam: A New Legacy! Elizabeth and Spencer are joined by a special guest, costume designer Melissa Bruning to talk about her work on the brand new film. Things get looney as our co-hosts dive into the process of creating a new, modern “Tune Squad” uniform, dressing LeBron James, creating costumes for tons of background actors, and transforming Don Cheadle into a… algorithm? Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests!
58:59
August 17, 2021
Interview with Mare of Easttown Costume Designer, Meghan Kasperlik
Spencer sits down with 2021 Emmy-Nominated costume designer Meghan Kasperlik to talk about the hit HBO limited series Mare of Easttown. Meghan talks about the significance of her second Emmy nomination. Then you'll learn about Meghan's approach to ensuring authenticity and loyalty to the genuine natures of small-town Pennsylvania, researching at the local Wawa, transforming Kate Winslet into Detective Mare Sheehan, and creating Mare's suit of armor through layering and her trusty Filson jacket.
26:15
August 12, 2021
The Green Knight
In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer dive deep into the Arthurian world of The Green Knight, directed by David Lowery. Our hosts discuss the costumes designed by costume designer Malgosia Turzanska, the Byzantine art influences, stunning textiles, and perhaps the most awkward Christmas tradition ever! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests!
01:02:23
August 10, 2021
Interview with Pose Costume Designer Analucia McGorty
Spencer sits down with 2021 Emmy-Nominated costume designer Analucia McGorty to talk about the groundbreaking hit FX television series, Pose. Learn about Analucia’s journey from wardrobe production assistant to lead costume designer, Mj Rodriguez’s Emmy nomination, designing over-the-top costumes for Elektra (played by Dominique Jackson), working with consultants, the research process, and the fairy tale wedding for Angel and Lil Papi.
51:43
August 05, 2021
WandaVision
In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer rewatch the Marvel television show that started them all, WandaVision! Join us as our hosts discuss the many looks of Wanda and Vision, and the decades of television that inspired them. We discuss the costumes designed by costume designer Mayes C. Rubeo, Agatha Harkness, the famous fish pants, and figure out who our favorite Avengers are!  Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests!
01:25:12
August 03, 2021
Black Widow
In the fifth episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer finally watch the highly anticipated Marvel film Black Widow! Join us as our hosts discuss the many looks of Natasha Romanoff (played by Scarlett Johansson) and her.... family? We discuss the costumes designed by costume designer Jany Temime, the storyline, mind-controlled pigs, and we too would just like to appreciate Yelena's vest; there are just so many pockets! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests!
01:36:17
July 27, 2021
Legally Blonde
In the fourth episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the 2001 American comedy film, Legally Blonde! Join us as our hosts discuss the classic costumes designed by costume designer Sophie De Rakoff. They detail Elle Wood’s very fashionable closet, Vivian’s different but equally chic wardrobe, our hosts even try their best Jennifer Coolidge impressions. Spoiler alert, the impressions were uh… well, they were a choice. If anything, listen for a deep dive into the brilliant chihuahua who played Bruiser Woods! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests!
01:35:20
July 20, 2021
Interview with Halston Costume Designer, Jeriana San Juan
Spencer sits down with 2021 Emmy-Nominated costume designer Jeriana San Juan to talk about the hit Netflix limited series Halston in our first bonus episode. Learn about Jeriana's work with lead actor Ewan McGregor and how she taught him the ways of "fashion choreography." Then they dive into designing costumes for Krysta Rodriguez's portrayal of Liza Minnelli, The Battle of Versailles, dance costumes, and costuming the infamous Studio 54. The two even survive a thunderstorm together, so don't forget your umbrella!
56:40
July 15, 2021
Halston
In the third episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer dive into Netflix's Halston. Our hosts break down the costumes by costume designer Jeriana San Juan and discuss the real-world events that inspired this story, such as The Battle of Versailles, Studio 54, the creation of Halston's signature perfume, and everything Liza Minnelli. Get it sassy! Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests!
01:36:27
July 13, 2021
Captain America: The First Avenger
In the second episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer celebrate America's Independence Day and the tenth anniversary of Captain America: The First Avenger. Our hosts break down the costumes by costume designer Anna B. Sheppard and discuss the irresistible charm of Bucky Barnes, World War II period costumes, Agent Carter's stunning outfits, and the many suits of Captain America. Spencer sings a terrible rendition of The Star-Spangled Man, and oh, did we mention the irresistible charm of Bucky Barnes? Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod. Head to TheArtofCostumeBlogcast.com to subscribe and send us your movie and television requests!
01:44:39
July 06, 2021
Cruella
In the premiere episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer break down the incredible costumes of Cruella by costume designer Jenny Beavan. They go scene by scene, recap the story, and discuss the majority of costumes seen on screen. Yes, even the dog-rat costume! We are just getting started, darling. Follow The Art of Costume Blogcast on Instagram at @TheArtofCostumePod and DM us your movie and television requests!
02:00:26
June 29, 2021
The Art of Costume Blogcast - Trailer
The Art of Costume Blogcast is a weekly podcast hosted by Elizabeth Joy Glass and Spencer Williams, dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design. Join us each week as Elizabeth and Spencer break down the costumes from some of our favorite films and television shows, meet the costume designers, and go behind the scenes to find out what the costumes mean to the story and how they were created.
05:27
June 22, 2021