Wizarding Wardrobes with Philip Treacy | Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

Wizarding Wardrobes with Philip Treacy | Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

For more information visit: https://www.wbstudiotour.co.uk Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/wbtourlondon Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wbtourlondon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wbtourlondon #WizardingWardrobes During the ten years of filming, more than 25,000 unique items of clothing were created for the Harry Potter film series. Starting with over 600 Hogwarts school robes, including those worn by a young Daniel Radcliffe, and developing into sophisticated character costumes such as Hermione’s stunning Yule Ball Gown, Gilderoy Lockhart’s flamboyant teaching attire and Professor Slughorn’s lavish lilac pyjamas. From initial sketches to the finished costume, this special feature will take visitors on a journey through the behind-the-scenes process that brought our favourite characters to life. Many of the authentic ‘hero’ costumes are displayed at the Studio Tour including those worn on screen by Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley throughout their years at Hogwarts. Joining those on display for the first time will be a selection of outfits designed especially for glamourous Daily Prophet reporter Rita Skeeter. Inspired by 1940s Hollywood gossip columnists, Costume Designer Jany Temime was careful to always match Rita’s ensemble to the story she was reporting such as the patterned leather suit worn to mirror the scales of the dragons used in the first Triwizard Tournament task. Other new costumes on show will include those belonging to Hogwarts professors Lupin, Umbridge and Lockhart. The costume of Albus Dumbledore is testimony to the hours of meticulous planning that goes into creating a costume for a beloved and respected character. This process will be demonstrated in a new display showing the evolution from the first cuts of fabric through to the final costume that ultimately becomes an extension of both the character and the actor. Torn and singed, one of the three costumes on display will show the damage inflicted during Dumbledore’s epic battle against Voldemort at the Ministry of Magic. As visitors make their way through the tour, they will be invited to step into the role of a Costume Designer and try their hand at the art of costume distressing, discovering how new clothes were made to look centuries old or battle-torn with the help of paint, mud and wire brushes. Hundreds of intricate and unique wizard hats were created for Harry’s first trip to Diagon Alley, for the first time these hats will be on display at the Studio Tour. Visitors will also learn how the iconic Beauxbatons hats were carefully designed, moulded and finished by the renowned Hat Designer, Philip Treacy. Known for creating beautiful and bold hats for celebrities and royalty, Treacy was asked to design the hat that would complete the uniform of the French wizarding school, Beauxbatons Academy of Magic. The final design from the film series was inspired by a pointed “wizarding” version of a trilby. There will also be the opportunity for a visitor to step inside Professor Slughorn’s armchair suit in an all-new demonstration of the unforgettable practical effect used during filming. Used as a disguise to evade capture by Death Eaters in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, actor Jim Broadbent would have to sit on a specially-created rig with his arms out to mimic the shape of an armchair. Enhanced with Visual Effects the final scene shows Professor Slughorn shake himself out of his armchair form into a lilac-striped pyjama suit of the same material. Alongside the Costume Department, the Hair & Make-up Departments were responsible for creating the visual identity of beloved characters through the use of wigs and prosthetics. An all-new Hair and Make-up display featuring artists Amanda Knight and Lisa Tomblin will show the skills of the team who applied Harry Potter’s iconic lightning bolt scar almost 6,000 times during filming. The feature will show exclusive footage illustrating the processes used to create the look of both Bellatrix Lestrange’s pointed teeth and the wounds of Muggle Studies teacher, Charity Burbage. Wizarding Wardrobes will take place from Friday 21st July – Saturday 30th September at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter. Subscribe to J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World YouTube channel: http://po.st/muWDHK For more from the Wizarding World, subscribe to the YouTube channel: http://po.st/M1Zdwg Relive every moment of magic and take home the Harry Potter Complete Collection: http://po.st/Ys25Tq The official Wizarding World YouTube channel is where you can find official trailers, behind-the-scenes videos and more from the spellbinding world of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts. For even more from Harry Potter and the Wizarding World, check out the social pages below. Snapchat: wizarding_world Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/harrypottermovie Twitter: https://twitter.com/HarryPotterFilm Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/harrypotterfilm

Beauxbaton Hat Tutorial Part 1 (Inexpensive Harry Potter Cosplay)

Beauxbaton Hat Tutorial Part 1 (Inexpensive Harry Potter Cosplay)

PART ONE: Tutorial on how I made an inexpensive and quick Beauxbaton hat for my 3 year old daughter to wear with her Fleur costume to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando.

Beauxbaton Uniform Dress Tutorial (Upcycled Harry Potter Cosplay)

Beauxbaton Uniform Dress Tutorial (Upcycled Harry Potter Cosplay)

Making of Lane's Beauxbaton Uniform Dress (and wand) using upcycled materials.

DIY Harry Potter - Fleur Delacour Hat Tutorial

DIY Harry Potter - Fleur Delacour Hat Tutorial

How to make your very own Beauxbatons Academy hat. Enjoy! xx Watch Philip Treacy make the hats for the films https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDAgFabdIE0 Where to buy Fosshape https://www.millineryonline.com.au/thermoplastic-fosshape KA HU Music https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSB1L_wgtnocY7fSKBMpt2w

DIY Hogwarts Robes (Transform One Robe Into Four Houses)

DIY Hogwarts Robes (Transform One Robe Into Four Houses)

Hello everyone! For my Hufflepuff tie, I aimed for navy color stripes but to be accurate they should be BLACK. I decided to make this video to show you how you can transform an existing Hogwarts robe into the house robe of your choice. I’ve always noticed costume stores and Halloween shops tend to have lots of Gryffindor robes/accessories but hardly stuff for Slytherin, Hufflepuff, or Ravenclaw. So I show you how I transform my store bought Gryffindor robe into Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff. Hope this tutorial is helpful and inspires you to make your own! House Colors: ▸ Hufflepuff - Yellow and Black ▸ Gryffindor - Scarlet and Gold ▸ Ravenclaw - Blue and Silver (Bronze in the books) ▸ Slytherin - Green and Silver TIP: If you want to make the robe washable, either sew it or use fabric glue instead of hot glue. Also if you want to make the tie washable use fabric glue instead of hot glue. * I bought all the fabric at JoAnn’s Fabric Stores * Link to DIY Wand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgLmTuNFjsc&t=1s SOCIAL LINKS: Instagram: http://instagram.com/brendaysoto Twitter: http://twitter.com/brendayes23 Facebook: http://facebook.com/officialbrendasoto Music Used: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) -The Path of the Goblin King -Scheming Weasel (Faster) -Night in the Castle Not a sponsored video. Fun Fact: For the purpose of this video, I held the robe hoods and crests together with double sided tape ;D

Beauxbatons Students Harry Potter

Beauxbatons Students Harry Potter

Beauxbatons Students dancing at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Cali.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter explored by tiny Beauxbaton Lane

Wizarding World of Harry Potter explored by tiny Beauxbaton Lane

Dressed as a Beauxbaton, Lane visits The Wizarding World of Harry Potter for the very first time.

Wizarding Wardrobes with Philip Treacy | Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

Wizarding Wardrobes with Philip Treacy | Warner Bros. Studio Tour London

For more information visit: www.wbstudiotour.co.uk Twitter: www.twitter.com/wbtourlondon Facebook: www.facebook.com/wbtourlondon Instagram: www.instagram.com/wbtourlondon #WizardingWardrobes During the ten years of filming, more than 25,000 unique items of clothing were created for the Harry Potter film series. Starting with over 600 Hogwarts school robes, including those worn by a young Daniel Radcliffe, and developing into sophisticated character costumes such as Hermione’s stunning Yule Ball Gown, Gilderoy Lockhart’s flamboyant teaching attire and Professor Slughorn’s lavish lilac pyjamas. From initial sketches to the finished costume, this special feature will take visitors on a journey through the behind-the-scenes process that brought our favourite characters to life. Many of the authentic ‘hero’ costumes are displayed at the Studio Tour including those worn on screen by Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley throughout their years at Hogwarts. Joining those on display for the first time will be a selection of outfits designed especially for glamourous Daily Prophet reporter Rita Skeeter. Inspired by 1940s Hollywood gossip columnists, Costume Designer Jany Temime was careful to always match Rita’s ensemble to the story she was reporting such as the patterned leather suit worn to mirror the scales of the dragons used in the first Triwizard Tournament task. Other new costumes on show will include those belonging to Hogwarts professors Lupin, Umbridge and Lockhart. The costume of Albus Dumbledore is testimony to the hours of meticulous planning that goes into creating a costume for a beloved and respected character. This process will be demonstrated in a new display showing the evolution from the first cuts of fabric through to the final costume that ultimately becomes an extension of both the character and the actor. Torn and singed, one of the three costumes on display will show the damage inflicted during Dumbledore’s epic battle against Voldemort at the Ministry of Magic. As visitors make their way through the tour, they will be invited to step into the role of a Costume Designer and try their hand at the art of costume distressing, discovering how new clothes were made to look centuries old or battle-torn with the help of paint, mud and wire brushes. Hundreds of intricate and unique wizard hats were created for Harry’s first trip to Diagon Alley, for the first time these hats will be on display at the Studio Tour. Visitors will also learn how the iconic Beauxbatons hats were carefully designed, moulded and finished by the renowned Hat Designer, Philip Treacy. Known for creating beautiful and bold hats for celebrities and royalty, Treacy was asked to design the hat that would complete the uniform of the French wizarding school, Beauxbatons Academy of Magic. The final design from the film series was inspired by a pointed “wizarding” version of a trilby. There will also be the opportunity for a visitor to step inside Professor Slughorn’s armchair suit in an all-new demonstration of the unforgettable practical effect used during filming. Used as a disguise to evade capture by Death Eaters in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, actor Jim Broadbent would have to sit on a specially-created rig with his arms out to mimic the shape of an armchair. Enhanced with Visual Effects the final scene shows Professor Slughorn shake himself out of his armchair form into a lilac-striped pyjama suit of the same material. Alongside the Costume Department, the Hair & Make-up Departments were responsible for creating the visual identity of beloved characters through the use of wigs and prosthetics. An all-new Hair and Make-up display featuring artists Amanda Knight and Lisa Tomblin will show the skills of the team who applied Harry Potter’s iconic lightning bolt scar almost 6,000 times during filming. The feature will show exclusive footage illustrating the processes used to create the look of both Bellatrix Lestrange’s pointed teeth and the wounds of Muggle Studies teacher, Charity Burbage. Wizarding Wardrobes will take place from Friday 21st July – Saturday 30th September at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter.

Harry Potter: The Quest - Secrets to Flight

Harry Potter: The Quest - Secrets to Flight

The lovely ladies of the Beauxbatons Academy of Magic...Universal Studios

The lovely ladies of the Beauxbatons Academy of Magic...Universal Studios

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