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- n. someone who designs or supplies costumes (as for a play or masquerade)
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My production team negotiates most of the key department-head deals, including that of the director of photography, production designer, costume designer and editor.
There was the black-leather corset (it looked as if it laced, but that was an illusion; the laces were elastic, crossing over an inset panel of stretchable scarlet brocade that allowed her to breathe and move in the thing, and entry was actually accomplished through a set of concealed speed-release clasps on the sides) with the flared mock-pannier fabric-gathers over the hips, and then below that, the puffy leather slashed-look faux Elizabethan slops, or shorts (hotpants, really, and back in the day an item of strictly male attire), because their costume designer had seen The Six Wives of Henry VIII one too many times.
Sharon Pendana is a seasoned fashion professional bringing years of sartorial expertise to her work as a wardrobe stylist and costume designer USA Local 829 for print, film, and television.