7 thoughts on “John Bright: The Frock Flicks Guide

  1. There are so many great John Bright movie clothes that I find it hard to choose a favourite from Room With A View, Jefferson in Paris, Sense and Sensibility, Onegin, Golden Bowl, Howard’s End, Remains of the Day and Maurice and others that I’m going to have to ruminate on it.

  2. I have just found out :
    A.) The creator of some of my favorite movie costumes has a costume shop.
    B.) That costume shop is within the borough in which I live.

    A.) I must go there.
    B.) I have no event in which I need a costume. (i.e. No Reason to Actually be There).
    C.) I don’t know if they allow random people off the street to come in and ooh and ahh and touch stuff.
    D.) I really want to touch stuff.
    E.) I will go there anyway.
    F.) I’m a horrible braggart.

  3. Hi there,

    First of all I’d like to thank you for your post about John. He has seen it and enjoyed your selection of photos. Particularly liked the first picture of Natasha Richardson in The White Countess. That dress was a labour love but then wasn’t shown much in the film.
    One thing that isn’t right is John being credited as co-designing the 2006 Jane Eyre with Andrea Galer. I realised only now that IMDB lists it so (and we’ve just asked them to remove this), but the reality was that it’s all Andrea’s work, albeit created mostly at Cosprop. Maybe you could take this section off the blog.

    Many thanks again.

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