Wigs and robes and suits and suits
Anna-Constantia Richardson is hunting down wigs. Not just any wigs -- barrister wigs. The ones w the white curls that barristers wear in court. Have worn in court for many years.
She's also hunting down robes, ladies dresses and suits from the early fifties, and men's suits. Lots and lots of suits.
She has pulled out a diverse selection of bits from the AFD costume room (yes, it's a whole room), and the rack is full. She walks us through the choices, enjoying the challenge, and the results.
Anna's doing costumes for the upcoming production of Agatha Christie's "Witness for the Prosecution." It's a big production team, but it sure is fun to watch the pieces fall into place.