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ECA Performance Costume Show

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Ruth Nichols-Pike’s enthralling costume has a seafaring theme. Based on a Finnish epic poem, her design features a giant hat in the shape of a ship, a silk slip painted with marine imagery, sequin leggings and gloves made to look like fish.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Emma Rawnsley’s eye-catching design recreates Cruella De Vil’s striking costume – first seen in Dodie Smith’s children’s classic – using second hand materials and family heirlooms.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Emma Rawnsley’s eye-catching design recreates Cruella De Vil’s striking costume – first seen in Dodie Smith’s children’s classic – using second hand materials and family heirlooms.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Emma Rawnsley’s eye-catching design recreates Cruella De Vil’s striking costume – first seen in Dodie Smith’s children’s classic – using second hand materials and family heirlooms.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Emma Rawnsley’s eye-catching design recreates Cruella De Vil’s striking costume – first seen in Dodie Smith’s children’s classic – using second hand materials and family heirlooms.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Emma Rawnsley’s eye-catching design recreates Cruella De Vil’s striking costume – first seen in Dodie Smith’s children’s classic – using second hand materials and family heirlooms.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Emma Rawnsley’s eye-catching design recreates Cruella De Vil’s striking costume – first seen in Dodie Smith’s children’s classic – using second hand materials and family heirlooms.

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Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Emma Rawnsley’s eye-catching design recreates Cruella De Vil’s striking costume – first seen in Dodie Smith’s children’s classic – using second hand materials and family heirlooms.

Iconic characters from much-loved family films will be brought to life as part of a spectacular showcase of costumes created by students in the Edinburgh College of Art Performance Costume Show. Many performance costume graduates have gone on to successful careers in cinema, TV and theatre. Recent graduates have worked on children’s blockbuster Paddington 2, Disney’s Artemis Fowl and Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Others have gone on to work at the Royal Opera House, the V&A Museum, Scottish Opera and Northern Ballet. The ECA Performance Costume Show takes place on 17 and 18 May in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court. Pictured: Emma Rawnsley’s eye-catching design recreates Cruella De Vil’s striking costume – first seen in Dodie Smith’s children’s classic – using second hand materials and family heirlooms.