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In conversation with costume designer Ane Crabtree

On creative processes, downtown New York in the 80s and the cultural impact of costume design

If you don't know Ane Crabtree, you almost certainly know her costumes. Through her designs for TV and film, she's shaped the look and feel of some of the most popular shows of the past 30 years, including The Sopranos, Westworld and Masters of Sex. Most famously, her work on The Handmaid's Tale became a genuine cultural icon, recreated at protests as a shorthand for women's lived experiences around the world.

Born into a mixed-race family in South Dakota and raised in Kentucky, Ane traces her unique approach back to her childhood but forged her creative sensibilities studying in the UK and New York.

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