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If the cut of the costume indicates intellect and
talent, then the color indicates temper and heart."

~ Thomas Carlyle
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1992, Japan
Gary Oldman in Eiko Ishioka Outfit
-in: Francis Ford Coppola, Dracula-
Eiko Ishioka ( Ishioka Eiko) was an Oscar-
winning costume designer, known for her work in
stage, screen, advertising, and print media. She
won a 1992 Academy Award for costume design for
Bram Stoker's Dracula.
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1992, Japan
Sadie Frost: Lucy Westenr in Eiko
Ishioka Outfit
-in: Francis Ford Coppola, Dracula-
Ishiokas long list of credits includes the 1985
Cannes Film Festival Award for Artistic
Contribution for her production design of Paul
Schraders film Mishima, a Tony Award nomination
for the stage and costume design of the Broadway
play "M. Butterfly," and a Grammy Award for the
art work for Miles Davis "Tutu" album, to name
just a few. Most recently, she brought her creative
sensibilities to bear on the conservative opera
world with her costume design for Richard
Wagners "Ring Cycle," at the Netherlands National
Opera. Also recently, she joined the creative team
of a musical adaptation of the Spider-Man comics.
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Japan
Eiko Ishioka
Ishioka was also the director of costume design for
the opening ceremony of the 2008 Summer
Olympics in Beijing.
One of Eiko's most famous works are the costumes
for Cirque du Soleil: Varekai.
She also directed the music video for Bjrk's
Cocoon in 2002.
Ishioka was the costume designer for the Beijing-
2008 Olympics.
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1992, Japan
Sadie Frost: Lucy Westenr in Eiko
Ishioka Outfit
Ms. Ishioka won an Oscar for costume design in
1992 for "Bram Stoker's 'Dracula.'" Her outfits
included a heavy wedding dress worn by the
actress Sadie Frost.
Eiko was discovered by Tsuji Masuda who created
Parco Ikebukuro from the ailing Marubutsu
Department Store. When Parco did well and
expanded to a Shibuya location in 1973, Eiko
designed Parco Shibuya's first 15 second
commercial for the grand opening with "a tall, thin
black woman, dressed in a black bikini, dancing
with a very small man in a Santa Claus outfit." She
became deeply involved in Parco's image. Her last
Parco campaign involved Faye Dunaway as "face of
Parco" wearing black, on a black chair against a
black wall, and peeling and eating an egg in one
minute as "a film for Parco."
source: "The Brothers" by Leslie Downer pp.
239/240.
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Ishioka's Costumes for the Musical
"Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark"
Filmography
Teresa, el cuerpo de Cristo (2007)
The Fall (2006)
Varekai - Cirque du Soleil
The Cell (2000)
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
Closet Land (1991)
Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)
Read more: Eiko Ishioka - Costume Designer - the
Fashion Spot: http://forums.thefashionspot.
com/f81/eiko-ishioka-costume-designer-131387.
html#ixzz1kkYNhk6X
If you want to know more about Eiko Ishioka and
why she was so important, this is the link: http:
//www.nytimes.com/.../eiko-ishioka-designer-
dies-at
This is the "Cocoon" video she directed for Bjork:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIXlI6nCtVk