From the Broadway playhouse to the Hollywood sound stage, we've created costumes across entertainment and commercial media for more than 30 years. Designers look to Eric Winterling for Eric's knowledge, feedback and input when creating period costumes, and his unique ability to lift a sketch off the page and bring it to life.
Whatever the medium, every production starts with a story. Because costumes play a big part in telling it, the details have to be true to the character and to the time, place and setting. That's why our work isn't just about attention to detail, it's about the correct attention to detail every time.
Costumes for the stage are crafted to help tell the story and express the designer’s unique vision. They also have to stand up to rigorous performance schedules and be comfortable to wear, which means durability is key, even for the most delicate designs. Multiple appearances, movement and action, costume changes and laundering can mean a lot of wear and tear. That's where our quality craftsmanship makes all the difference. From hand-embroidered gowns and meltaways to tailored suits and period dresses, we're experts in helping make the magic happen, time and again.
Perfection counts on camera. Whether a costume is worn for a full film shoot, a half-day commercial or a short television appearance, details stand out in high definition on screen. Our studio's adherence to authenticity and accuracy help make the designer's vision shine, whether it first comes to us on the back of a napkin or as a completed CAD creation.
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