For the fifth year in a row, LACOSTE has partnered with FIDM’s Film & TV Costume Design Students to create a dynamic collaboration. Last year, FIDM Students re-created Quentin Tarantino character looks with a LACOSTE polo as the base.
This year, students designed fairytale costumes that incorporated the iconic polo shirt. These jaw-dropping designs debuted at the 2017 Costume Designers Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Let’s take a look at the costumes!
Rapunzel by Corrine Chen
Aladdin by Avery Thompson
Captain Hook by Juliet Charnas
Pinocchio by Zoe Van’t Hof
The Snow Queen by Page Peterson
Maleficent by Alexandria Fall
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Images courtesy of LACOSTE.
Categories: Costume Design
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