THE HISTORICAL/ CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON STAR WARS CHARACTER QUEEN PADME COSTUME DESIGN

Authors

  • Marwa Auda Mansoura university

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47436/jaarsfa.v1i1.22

Keywords:

starwarss, costume design

Abstract

The research is about the role of the costume designer and the extent of its effectiveness in achieving the balance between character design that reflects the ideals and goals of movie, and finding the appropriate reference, whether historical or civilized influence, through the design idea on which it is based. For example, the research was taken from the costume design of the star wars movie in a condition that applies to the elements of a suitable design and limited the analysis On Queen Padmé character from the series of star wars movies, the research mentioned three costumes that appeared during the film; throne room gown with its elements inspired in the creative process of design, the lake gown, and the travel gown with its details which Inspired by different civilizations like old historical Russian dress.

 

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Published

2020-06-21

How to Cite

Auda, M. (2020). THE HISTORICAL/ CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON STAR WARS CHARACTER QUEEN PADME COSTUME DESIGN. Journal of Art & Architecture Research Studies - JAARS, 1(1), 142-155. https://doi.org/10.47436/jaarsfa.v1i1.22