The Hollywood Reporter |

107 Years, 2.5 Million Outfits, Countless Characters: Inside Hollywood's "Magical" Mecca of Costumes with The Hollywood Reporter

Yahoo News |

Actress Janina Gavankar wore a gorgeous, orange dress and hat from our collection to the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The Costume Designers Guild |
Vanity Fair |

Vanity Fair has featured Western Costume Company with a short article accompanied by a slideshow to commemorate over 100 years in Hollywood movies! Western Costume prides itself on its prestigious...

Comic-con 2014 |

Get the inside scoop on designing costumes from the costume designers of some of the biggest blockbuster television series and movies. Panelists include Ann Foley (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D...

Vogue Magazine |

AFTER years of realizing other people's dreams and imaginations through her work as an Oscar-winning costume designer (the current gong count stands at three), Colleen Atwood - one of Tinseltown's... |

Costume design is storytelling; transforming an actor into a character that is complex and believable. Successful costume designers make this happen through exhaustive research and investigation... |

Shunning any lofty purpose, the exclusive event has featured a live bear, aerialists, the USC marching band and many, many drinks. The tradition goes back more than a century. A Bachelors member...

Los Angeles Times |

To the casual passerby theres nothing remarkable about the 1200 square foot former printing plant fronting a sun baked strech of vanowen streen in north hollywood. Theres nothign to indicated that...

Victoria and Albert Museum |

2012 marked the 100th anniversary of Hollywood’s Western Costume Company, perhaps the most famous of all the costume rental companies. In this film, its president, Eddie Marks, talks to us about... |

With our Centennial Year quickly past us, take a trip down memory lane and view this short video regarding Western Costume Company the Dream Factory.

97.1 Amp Radio |

Halloween costumes come in all different shapes and sizes…and prices too. It doesn’t matter if you buy the prepackaged costume in the bag, rent something extravagant or make your own. |

Founded in the movie biz’s earliest days, Western Costume is a one-stop shop for film, TV, commercial, digital media and theatre costumes. The 100-year old company got its start in downtown Los...

Los Angeles Times |

Western Costume, a Hollywood icon, celebrates its centennial.

Los Angeles Times |

The Costume Council at the Los Angeles Museum of Art helped celebrate the centennial anniversary of Western Costume Co. with a June 20 panel discussion and pageant that unspooled in front of a...

The Hollywood Reporter |

Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, and Russell Crowe made an appearance at Wednesday night’s Western Costume Company: The First 100 Years celebration, held at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. So...

Los Angeles Times |

As part of my research for this Sunday's Image section story about Western Costume Co. -- which turns 100 this year -- I took a tour of the costume house's cavernous 120,000-square-foot...

Los Angeles Times |

"The first time I went to Western Costume, it was in the old building over by Paramount, and I had a really low-budget movie but I was dying to get something from Western — it was the place you...

Vanity Fair |

For the past century, L.A.’s Western Costume Company has dressed leading ladies and men in some of the most iconic outfits in modern cinema—from the famous ruby-red slippers that transported...

Wall Street Journal |

Last winter Delphine White went hunting for clothes that could conjure New York City in 1864, the setting for a new cable TV drama called "Copper." But the costume designer came up empty at a...

Daily Variety |

Picking an outfit to wear can be difficult, but imagine having a million options. To mark Western Costume's 100th anniversary, the company is partnering with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's...

Costume Designer Guild |

There are many tools in the arsenal of the Costume Designer: the sketch artists, the cutter/fitters, the dyers, the shoemakers, the milliners, and the jewelry makers, to name a few. One of the...