Eiko Ishioka | Costume from the movie "The Fall"

Eiko Ishioka | Costume from the movie "The Fall"

Eiko Ishioka  Ok, this is the creepiest kimono I've ever seen!  This is like Twilight meets Memoirs of a Geisha!  Weird but love it!  Can you imagine wearing this to a Halloween party?  Wow!

Eiko Ishioka Ok, this is the creepiest kimono I've ever seen! This is like Twilight meets Memoirs of a Geisha! Weird but love it! Can you imagine wearing this to a Halloween party? Wow!

Lily Collins as Snow White in her yellow cloak. 'Mirror Mirror' (2012), Costume Designer: Eiko Ishioka-- Cute inspiration but would have to be shorter and less...Dramatic. Perfect for future strolls down Hawthorne!

Eiko Ishioka's Costumes

Lily Collins as Snow White in her yellow cloak. 'Mirror Mirror' (2012), Costume Designer: Eiko Ishioka-- Cute inspiration but would have to be shorter and less...Dramatic. Perfect for future strolls down Hawthorne!

Eiko Ishioka. The Cell

Eiko Ishioka. The Cell

Eiko Ishioka - Fashion & Costume Designer.Detail from The Cell, Jennifer Lopez's immersion suit,

Photos: The work of late costume designer Eiko Ishioka

Eiko Ishioka - Fashion & Costume Designer.Detail from The Cell, Jennifer Lopez's immersion suit,

Eiko Ishioka - "The Immortals (costume design"

Eiko Ishioka - "The Immortals (costume design"

Tears of Envy's blog: RIP Eiko Ishioka

Tears of Envy's blog: RIP Eiko Ishioka

The Brides “Francis [Ford Coppola] wanted a decaying, deteriorating feel to the fabric, like the shrouds of the mummies in the catacombs of Bombay. The passage of time would have turned the white fabrics to rich amber, so fragile that it would crumble when you touched it. At the same time, he wanted extremely feminine robes, like the ones worn by the women in paintings by the Czech poster-painter Mucha.” (Eiko and Coppola on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, p. 44) Design by Eiko Ishioka

The Brides “Francis [Ford Coppola] wanted a decaying, deteriorating feel to the fabric, like the shrouds of the mummies in the catacombs of Bombay. The passage of time would have turned the white fabrics to rich amber, so fragile that it would crumble when you touched it. At the same time, he wanted extremely feminine robes, like the ones worn by the women in paintings by the Czech poster-painter Mucha.” (Eiko and Coppola on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, p. 44) Design by Eiko Ishioka

Inspiration

Eiko Ishioka

Inspiration

Eiko Ishioka - Mirror Mirror

Eiko Ishioka - Mirror Mirror

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