BAFTA Award for Best Costume Design


BAFTA Award for Best Costume Design

*2006 - "El Laberinto del fauno" - Lala Huete
**"The Devil Wears Prada" – Patricia Field
**"Marie Antoinette" – Milena Canonero
**"" – Penny Rose
**"The Queen" – Consolata Boyle

*2005 - "Memoirs of a Geisha" - Colleen Atwood
**"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" - Gabriella Pescucci
**"" – Isis Mussenden
**"Mrs Henderson Presents" – Sandy Powell
**"Pride and Prejudice" – Jacqueline Durran

*2004 - "Vera Drake" - Jacqueline Durran
**"The Aviator" – Sandy Powell
**"Finding Neverland" – Alexandra Byrne
**"Shi mian mai fu" – Emi Wada
**"The Merchant of Venice" – Sammy Sheldon

* 2003 - ' - Wendy Stites"'
**"Cold Mountain" – Ann Roth Carlo Poggioli
**"Girl with a Pearl Earring" – Dien van Straalen
**"" – Ngila Dickson Richard Taylor
**"" – Penny Rose

*2002 - ' - Ngila Dickson Richard Taylor"'
**"Catch Me If You Can" – Mary Zophres
**"Chicago" – Colleen Atwood
**"Frida" – Julie Weiss
**"Gangs of New York" – Sandy Powell

*2001 - "Gosford Park" - Jenny Beavan
**"Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" – Judianna Makovsky
**"" – Ngila Dickson
**"Moulin Rouge!" – Catherine Martin Angus Strathie
**"Planet of the Apes" – Colleen Atwood

*2000 - "Wo hu cang long" - Timmy Yip
**"Chocolat" – Renee Ehrlich Kalfus
**"Gladiator" – Janty Yates
**"O Brother, Where Art Thou?" – Monica Howe
**"Quills" – Jacqueline West

*1999 - "Sleepy Hollow" - Colleen Atwood
**"The End of the Affair" – Sandy Powell
**"An Ideal Husband" – Caroline Harris
**"Tea with Mussolini" – Jenny Beavan Anna Anni Alberto Spiazzi

*1998 - "Velvet Goldmine" - Sandy Powell
**"Elizabeth" – Alexandra Byrne
**"The Mask of Zorro" – Graciela Mazón
**"Shakespeare in Love" – Sandy Powell

*1997 - "Mrs Brown" - Deirdre Clancy
**"L.A. Confidential" – Ruth Myers
**"Titanic" – Deborah Lynn Scott
**"The Wings of the Dove" – Sandy Powell

*1996 - "Richard III" - Shuna Harwood
**"The English Patient" – Ann Roth
**"Evita" – Penny Rose
**"Hamlet" – Alexandra Byrne

* 1995 - "Braveheart" - Charles Knode
**"The Madness of King George" – Mark Thompson
**"Restoration" – James Acheson
**"Sense and Sensibility" – Jenny Beavan John Bright

* 1994 - "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" - Lizzy Gardiner Tim Chappel
**"Four Weddings and a Funeral" – Lindy Hemming
**"" – Sandy Powell
**"Little Women" – Colleen Atwood

*1993 - "The Piano" - Janet Patterson
**"Dracula" – Eiko Ishioka
**"Much Ado About Nothing" – Phyllis Dalton
**"Orlando" – Sandy Powell
**"Schindler's List" – Anna B. Sheppard

* 1992 - "Strictly Ballroom" - Angus Strathie Catherine Martin
**"Chaplin" – John Mollo Ellen Mirojnick
**"Howards End" – Jenny Beavan John Bright
**"The Last of the Mohicans" – Elsa Zamparelli

*1991 - "Cyrano de Bergerac" - Franca Squarciapino
**"Edward Scissorhands" – Colleen Atwood
**"" – John Bloomfield
**"Valmont" – Theodor Pistek

*1990 - "Goodfellas" - Richard Bruno
**"Dick Tracy" – Milena Canonero
**"Nuovo cinema Paradiso" – Beatrice Bordone
**"Pretty Woman" – Marilyn Vance

* 1989 - "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" - Gabriella Pescucci
**"Batman" – Bob Ringwood
**"Dangerous Liaisons" – James Acheson
**"Henry V" – Phyllis Dalton

*1988 - "The Last Emperor" - James Acheson
**"The Dressmaker" – Judy Moorcroft
**"Empire of the Sun" – Bob Ringwood
**"White Mischief" – Marit Allen

* 1987 - "Radio Days" - Jeffrey Kurland
**"Hope and Glory" – Shirley Russell
**"Little Dorrit" – Joyce Carter Danielle Garderes Claude Gastine Judith Loom Sally Neale Jackie Smith Barbara Sonnex
**"The Untouchables" – Marilyn Vance

*1986 - "A Room with a View" - Jenny Beavan John Bright
**"The Mission" – Enrico Sabbatini
**"Out of Africa" – Milena Canonero
**"Ran" – Emi Wada

*1985 - "The Cotton Club" - Milena Canonero
**"Amadeus" – Theodore Pistek
**"Legend" – Charles Knode
**"A Passage to India" – Judy Moorcroft

*1984 - "Once Upon a Time in America" - Gabriella Pescucci
**"The Bostonians" – Jenny Beavan John Bright
**"The Company of Wolves" – Elizabeth Waller
**"Un amour de Swann" – Yvonne Sassinot de Nesle

*1983 - "La Traviata" - Piero Tosi
**"Fanny och Alexander" – Marik Vos-Lundh
**"Heat and Dust" – Barbara Lane
**"Tootsie" – Ruth Morley

*1982 - "Blade Runner" - Charles Knode Michael Kaplan
**"Gandhi" – John Mollo Bhanu Athaiya
**"Reds" – Shirley Russell

*1981 - "Chariots of Fire" - Milena Canonero
**"Excalibur" – Bob Ringwood
**"The French Lieutenant's Woman" – Tom Rand
**"Tess" – Anthony Powell

*1980 - "Kagemusha" - Seiichiro Momosawa
**"All That Jazz" – Albert Wolsky
**"Don Giovanni" – Frantz Salieri
**"Flash Gordon" – Danilo Donati

*1979 - "Yanks" - Shirley Russell
**"Agatha" – Shirley Russell
**"Alien" – John Mollo
**"The Europeans" – Judy Moorcroft

*1978 - "Death on the Nile" - Anthony Powell
**"The Duellists" – Tom Rand
**"Julia" – Anthea Sylbert Joan Bridge Annalisa Nasalli-Rocca
**"" – John Mollo

*1977 - "Fellini's Casanova" - Danilo Donati
**"Joseph Andrews" – Michael Annals Patrick Wheatley
**"New York, New York" – Theadora Van Runkle
**"Valentino" – Shirley Russell

*1976 - "La Marquise d'O..." - Moidele Bickel
**"Bugsy Malone" – Monica Howe
**"Picnic at Hanging Rock" – Judith Dorsman
**"The Slipper and the Rose" – Julie Harris

*1975 - "The Day of the Locust" - Ann Roth
**"Barry Lyndon" – Ulla-Britt Söderlund Milena Canonero
**"The Four Musketeers" – Yvonne Blake
**"The Man Who Would Be King" – Edith Head

*1974 - "The Great Gatsby" - Theoni V. Aldredge
**"Chinatown" – Anthea Sylbert
**"Murder on the Orient Express" – Tony Walton
**"The Three Musketeers" – Yvonne Blake

*1973 - "The Hireling" - Phyllis Dalton
**"A Doll's House" – Beatrice Dawson
**"Brother Sun, Sister Moon" – Danilo Donati
**"Jesus Christ Superstar" – Yvonne Blake

*1972 - "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" - Anthony Mendleson and The Tragedy of Macbeth - Anthony Mendleson and Young Winston - Anthony Mendleson
**"Cabaret" – Charlotte Flemming
**"The Godfather" – Anna Hill Johnstone

*1971 - "Death in Venice" - Piero Tosi
**"The Go-Between" – John Furniss
**"Nicholas and Alexandra" – Yvonne Blake Antonio Castillo
**"The Tales of Beatrix Potter" – Christine Edzard

*1970 - "Waterloo" - Maria De Matteis
**"Anne of the Thousand Days" – Margaret Furse
**"Cromwell" – Vittorio Nino Novarese
**"Ryan's Daughter" – Jocelyn Rickards

*1969 - "Oh! What a Lovely War" - Anthony Mendleson
**"Funny Girl" – Irene Sharaff
**"Isadora" – Ruth Myers
**"Women in Love" – Shirley Russell

*1968 - "Romeo and Juliet" - Danilo Donati
**"The Charge of the Light Brigade" – David Walker
**"The Lion in Winter" – Margaret Furse
**"Oliver!" – Phyllis Dalton

BAFTA Award for Best Costume Design - Colour

*1967 - "A Man for All Seasons" - Elizabeth Haffenden Joan Bridge
**"Casino Royale" – Julie Harris
**"Far from the Madding Crowd" – Alan Barrett
**"Half a Sixpence" – Elizabeth Haffenden Joan Bridge

*1966 - "The Wrong Box" - Julie Harris
**"Arabesque" – Christian Dior
**"The Blue Max" – John Furniss
**"Romeo and Juliet" – Nicholas Georgidis

*1965 - "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes" - Osbert Lancaster Dinah Greet
**"The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders" – Elizabeth Haffenden Joan Bridge
**"Help!" – Julie Harris
**"A Shot in the Dark" – Margaret Furse
**"Young Cassidy" – Margaret Furse

*1964 - "Becket" - Margaret Furse
**"The Long Ships" – Anthony Mendleson
**"Woman of Straw" – Beatrice Dawson
**"The Yellow Rolls-Royce" – Anthony Mendleson

BAFTA Award for Best Costume Design - Black and White

*1967 - "Mademoiselle" - Jocelyn Rickards
**"The Sailor from Gibraltar" – Jocelyn Rickards

*1966 -

*1965 -

*1964 - "The Pumpkin Eater" - Motley
**"Of Human Bondage" – Beatrice Dawson
**"Psyche 59" – Julie Harris


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