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Meet The Costume Designer Behind Sydney Sweeney’s Looks In Anyone But You – CR Fashion Book

CR: When did you first become interested in costume design? How did you get started?

AG: When I was at uni, I finished school and went to university to study fashion design and I think it only lasted a year and a half. But in the first year, we did a class called fashion as communication and that’s what I was really interested in. I never wanted to be a designer and it was the idea of fashion as communication rather than a commodity that I found really interesting. Then I went to film school, I didn’t even know costume design was a thing, I think when I was 18, or 19. Then I kind of found out about it and went to film school in my 20s and studied it. And then yeah, one thing led to another.

CR: What led you to working on Anyone But You?

AG: I got a call from the line producer and then I spoke to Will. I was on maternity leave. So I was like, “Oh no, I’ve got a tiny baby. I don’t want to go back to work.” But they sent me the script. You always go “oh, I don’t want to go back to work. But send me the script.” So then I spoke to Will a bunch of times who’s really affable and I gelled with him creatively. It was also the fact that it was set in Sydney, which was my hometown. I just didn’t want someone else to do that job. I was like, “this is my town. This is my jam. I know these people. This is my job.” And I’m so glad I did it.

CR: You’ve designed costumes for a variety of films and television shows from Spiderhead to Baby Teeth. What did you take away from these projects? Did they influence your costume design for Anyone But You?

AG: Every job that you do inhabits a completely different world so then you move into that world and you start researching and then pulling out designers you think just sort of gel with some aspect of that genre. I think every job I take something away from and you just grow, in terms of your visual language, and the ways to express things. Every actor is so different, you have to really bring, you have to really work with them collaboratively, and they’ll bring a lot to the table.

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