One way to describe Charlize Theron’s sumptuous costumes in “Snow White and the Huntsman,” is couture gone wild. We’re not just talking about a few high collars, a pointy crown, and a little embroidery. Charlize’s high-glam looks were painstakingly created by Oscar-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood, a long-time collaborator of Tim Burton’s. Atwood crafted a white and gold piece with leather, beadwork and an origami-like collar made out of glazed parchment that’s meant to simulate bone for the good queen's early scenes. As her dark side emerges, she slips into a floor-length cloak made out of black/green rooster feathers that Atwood shaped and sewed onto a silk backing. See how long Atwood says it took to make each look (7 weeks!) and how Charlize says it felt to wear them.
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