Dressing a galaxy: the costumes of Star wars

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Insight Editions in association with H.N. Abrams, Oct 1, 2005 - Design - 215 pages
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While the "Star Wars" saga is famous for its elaborate sets and for revolutionary visual effects, it also features some of the most unique and ornate costumes in modern film. In this exquisite volume, the intricate and beautiful fashions that have appeared in all six "Star Wars" films are on display-from military gear to royal gowns and the iconic garbs of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader. Every costume is brilliantly displayed in intimate detail, from preproduction sketches to the final creations. Actors, including Natalie Portman and Samuel L. Jackson, provide commentary on their experiences during principal photography, while writer-director George Lucas and producer Rick McCallum contribute their thoughts on this exploration of "Star Wars" costume design. Accompanied by an exhibition at the The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) Museum & Galleries at FIDM in Los Angeles, this unique visual treat is a must-have for any "Star Wars" fan. An additional limited-edition run of this book will be released with lavish gatefolds, fabric swatches, and a cast replica of a Wookiee belt-buckle, sure to be the ultimate "Star Wars" collectible.

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User Review  - The Supreme - Borders

It seems to be a very good book. George Lucas Productions always puts on a good production and they have done it again. Dressing A Galaxy is a very good detailed book. Showing almost all of the costumes of the charaters in his Saga Star Wars Read full review

Dressing Part of a Galaxy

User Review  - rp1007 - Overstock.com

I was hoping for information on the costumes of the principal characters in ALL of the Star Wars movies.The emphasis of the book is on movies I II and III and these photos are helpful if you want to ... Read full review

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