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"Harry Potter," based on the books by author J.K. Rowling, is one of the most popular series in movie history.
Whether you grew up reading about the adventures of Harry, Ron, and Hermione or experienced the magic of Hogwarts through the films, you know that the series is filled with some pretty unforgettable events.
To bring the magic of the "Harry Potter" universe to life on the big screen, award-winning costume designer Jany Temime — who worked on "Prisoner of Azkaban" through "Deathly Hallows - Part 2" — created intricate outfits from high-quality leather, mohair, and silk.
Temime said that 'Harry Potter' became her 'world' after six years of working on the films
“By designing for six years on the same subject, it becomes your world. That was my creative world, and I knew how to do a very good hood, I knew which embroidery would work, I knew which different sort of black would be used, different shade of black, different shine of black.”
What was your inspiration behind Hermione’s Yule Ball gown?
“I came up with the color first. I’m always obsessed by color. It’s a visual art—it’s the first thing that you see. I found that ombré chiffon which was starting pink and going into purple. I wanted to use that because I thought it was a little bit magical. They had to be little witches; that was what the story was about. So I wanted something moving, and something young, not a grown-up dress but a 16-year-old dress. [Emma] loved it. She absolutely loved it, because she thought, ‘This is a dress that Hermione could have picked.’ She was a great actress.”
Did you have a favorite scene to design?
No, because it went on for 10 years. But of course when I read the fourth script I was quite excited. It was the big challenge, you know? It was the big costumes. I had the Beauxbatons. That was lovely, the Beauxbatons, because I had a French actress. [Editor’s note: Temime is French]. There were things that were more exciting than others, but all together in every single film there was something.
Temime on voice call from London, about how she crafted iconic looks for memorable villains such as Bellatrix Lestrange, Professor Umbridge, and, of course, Lord Voldemort.
Temime freely admitted that her favorite character to design costumes for was Bellatrix Lestrange, who just had to “look so rotten.” We in the fandom collectively agree that Bellatrix’s outfits, which featured leather corsets and layers of blacker-than-black fabrics, were spot on paired with Helena Bonham Carter’s nightmare-inducingly scary portrayal of Lord Voldemort’s right-hand woman.
To complement Bonham Carter's delightfully unhinged performance, Bellatrix's wardrobe featured macabre-meets-chic leather corset-wear and layers of washed, dyed, and embroidered fabrics.
“She’s such a bad, bad, bad woman. But [Bonham Carter] is amazing in it, and she really made something out of it. [Bellatrix is] the worst, but I really liked her. Good characters are boring. Baddies are the only ones you will remember. We do love baddies, and Bellatrix is a fantastic baddy. Even if she’s so bad, we always forgive her because she’s so powerful and so extreme.”
Bellatrix’s costumes remain fan favorites at conventions. They do say the devil has all the best tunes, or in this case, cooler outfits. We are not the only ones who noticed this. Temime admitted that a large department store chain once asked her to create a Bellatrix Lestrange-inspired collection, but she ultimately refused, saying, “I couldn’t do it. It was not possible. But I thought it was funny that they were asking me to do a Bellatrix collection.”
Why stop at Bellatrix? The more menacing the villain, the more elaborate the costume, right? So how did Temime approach the all-important question of how to dress the villain of the story, Lord Voldemort?
We had five different weight[s] of silk, and then everything was individually dyed and complemented each other. I mean, it was a lot of work… But it’s there, and that helped the costume to be such a beauty. But without Ralph Fiennes playing it, I do not think it would have had the same result.
On the other hand, Professor Umbridge's designs contradicted her villain status
Despite wearing head-to-toe pink, Professor Umbridge (played by Imelda Staunton) is more pernicious than delicate.
To bring this vile Ministry official turned Hogwarts High Inquisitor to life, Temime used a range of soft materials that juxtaposed Umbridge's stern personality.
"I never used so much mohair and soft wool and, you know, rabbit. Everything which was super soft I used on her," she told Insider. "And then that smile of [Staunton's] was amazing. I loved her, I loved her."
In addition to her penchant for pink, Umbridge is also known for being cat-obsessed. The designer fondly recalled creating feline-themed accessories for Staunton — notably a scarf that featured a three-dimensional cat head.
And when it came to dressing Lord Voldemort, Temime pulled out all the stops
Lord Voldemort (played by Ralph Fiennes) is the central villain in "Harry Potter," and Temime translated his menacing presence into a wardrobe of billowing black robes.
The designer also said she collaborated with Fiennes on the costumes to ensure that the materials would work for the character's flying scenes.
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Rewatching s and b and think it’s interesting how Inej and Nina have their hair tied up- and scarved or hatted- during situations with relatively more agency and down when their agency has been taken. It’s the reverse to Alina, who’s hair is looser and more girlish when she’s in the little palace and at the end but while she’s the darkling’s captive it’s super tightly tied back in a prom queen coif. meanwhile genya who has possibly the most ambiguous and complicated level Of agency of any female character has hair that’s both down but extremely “done” at all times
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