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  1. Oscars 2015: Nominees for Best Costume Design reveal how ...

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    Feb 20, 2015 · Oscars 2015: Nominees for Best Costume Design reveal how their sketches were brought to life on silver screen “The Grand Budapest Hotel” Designer: Milena Canonero. Italian designer Canonero has collaborated with quirky director... “Inherent Vice” Designer: Mark Bridges. For Paul Thomas Anderson's ...

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  2. Oscars 2015: Best Costume Design: 'The Grand Budapest Hotel ...

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    Feb 22, 2015 · The Grand Budapest Hotel took home the Academy Award for best costume design on Sunday night. Jennifer Lopez and Chris Pine presented the award to costume designer Milena Canonero for her work on...

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  3. Academy Award for Best Costume Design - Wikipedia

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    The Academy Award for Best Costume Design is one of the Academy Awards presented annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) for achievement in film costume design. The award was first given in 1949, for films made in 1948. Initially, separate award categories were established for black-and-white films and color films.

  4. 2015 Academy Award Nominees in Costume Design - Manhattan ...

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    Jan 26, 2015 · The 2015 Academy Award nominees in Costume Design are an impressive group to say the least. All but one were nominated for the Costume Designer’s Guild awards which will be handed out 5 days before the Academy Awards. The Grand Budapest Hotel was also nominated for makeup and hairstyling.

  5. Who won the Academy Award for Best Costume Design in 2015 ...

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    The 2015 Best Costume Design Oscar went to Milena Canonero. She received the award for her work on The Grand Budapest Hotel.

  6. Costume Design: Academy Award Nominees 2015

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    Costume Design nominees for Academy Awards 2015: A look at the costumes of Grand Budapest Hotel by Milena Canonero, Inherent Vice by Mark Bridges, Into the Woods by Colleen Atwood, Mr. Turner by Jacqueline Durran and Malificent by Anna B. Sheppard

  7. Oscars 2015: Costume design nominations favor the fantastical ...

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    Jan 15, 2015 · Oscars 2015: Costume design nominations favor the fantastical. 1 / 10. Ralph Fiennes, left, as M. Gustave and Tony Revolori as Zero in “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”. Costume design by Milena ...

  8. Academy Award-Winning Costumer Designer Catherine Martin on ...

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    Apr 17, 2015 · Academy Award-winning costume/ production designer Catherine Martin took part in “Tribeca Talks: Master Class: Get The Look” during the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival on April 17. The event ...

  9. Best Costume Design | Oscars Wiki | Fandom

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    Winner Les Girls — Orry-Kelly Nominees An Affair to Remember — Charles LeMaire Funny Face — Edith Head, Hubert de Givenchy Pal Joey — Jean Louis Raintree County — Walter Plunkett

    The award was first given out at the 21st Academy Awards held on March 24, 1949. The award had two subcategories, one for black and white film and one for films in color. At the 30th Academy Awards, held on March 26, 1958, these two subcategories were merged into one. The 32nd Academy Awards saw the category again be split into two for recognition of both black and white and color film. Eight years later, the Academy Award for Best Costume Design, along with two other awards, were each combined...

  10. Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design » Past ...

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    23rd Annual Art Of Motion Picture Costume Design February 10, 2015–April 25, 2015. FIDM Museum & Galleries’ popular annual exhibition shined the spotlight on costumes that helped bring memorable film characters to life.