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Gaetane Wardrobe January 03rd, 2018 - 20:41:29
A wardrobe is an essential component in any and every house. Like a bed is required to sleep in, a wardrobe is required store our clothes in (sometimes shoes included). This especially pertains to people or families who have an extensive collection of clothes, shoes and accessories. The most important aspect of any wardrobe is functionality and versatility. Customizable space is especially useful, where we can modify the space available for different needs. Hence, the drawers, hangers, boxes inside the wardrobe play an important role deciding the efficiency of a wardrobe. Apart from readymade wardrobes, there are also options available for customized wardrobes where we can create our own wardrobe with sliding doors or hinged doors; whatever is right for us and what we wear. Many companies who provide customized wardrobes let the buyer combine individual frames together to suit their style. They also let the buyer design the inside of the wardrobe, providing them with a big choice of shelves, drawers, clothes rails and so on.
The walk in wardrobe is one of the best styles of wardrobes, though usually only the luxury houses have these large storage spaces. The walk in wardrobe is an entire room dedicated to your storage, and you will find that you can easily store as much as you need to thanks to these spacious storage systems. You may find that a walk in wardrobe is the perfect solution for your home, and you can actually obtain these luxurious wardrobes for a fairly low price. Walk wardrobes are usually between bedrooms and their bathroom, though they are also placed parallel to the hall. The wardrobe is a large room dedicated to storing clothes, shoes, and other possessions.
Movie pre-production for wardrobe can start about six weeks ahead of shooting. The director and/or producers are shown drawn artist conceptions, coloured and swatched with small pieces of costume for each character. These samplings offer an idea of what the proposed costumes/wardrobe will be worn by the actors. Instructions are given about the cut and fit of the costumes, alterations to existing stock, etc. Costumes built or made from scratch usually involve a costume designer. The designer researches the era or time period, shops for the materials, designs the ideas/concepts and puts together the pieces for the costumes. Costumes designed by designers are primarily Historical or period pieces, fantasy pieces and/or modern/futuristic.
For those in the film industry, wardrobe refers to the costume or outfit an actor, performer or extra wears while on a TV or movie set. These outfits can be everyday clothing to stock costumes to those costumes made from scratch. When an actor auditions for a role they will fill out and complete a casting form with their personal information, body sizes and measurements. Upon the actor booking the role, this information is then sent to the wardrobe office/department and/or a phone call is made immediately to the actor to review or collect his/her particulars including measurements. The actor must have this information readily available even if it has been submitted at the audition/callback. A measurement sheet is needed by all actors or those going out for principal auditions.