Film & TV Costume Design Student Work on Display at Costume Designers Guild
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Film & TV Costume Design Student Work on Display at Costume Designers Guild

Inspired by Ruth Carter’s work in Black Panther and honoring her design process, students in the Film & TV Costume Design Program—headed up by Creative Director Jacqueline Saint Anne—researched, reimagined and designed a global ethnic or cultural costume as a creative metaphor for each culture’s ideal “Wakanda.”

At a special event on March 16th, the student designers presented their work to the General Membership of the Costume Designers Guild (CDG).

The costume designs are currently on display at the CDG, located at 3919 Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank, California. The designs will move to FIDM Los Angeles for a special exhibit in Room 500 on the 5th Floor on April 30th and will be on display until noon on May 1st, and all day on May 2nd.

The CDG represents costume designers, assistant costume designers, and costume illustrators working at the highest levels of skill and expertise in motion pictures, television, and commercials.

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