Anto Shirts In Film: 2017
February 20, 2018
An exclusive behind the scenes look at some of the bespoke shirting and accessories made through collaborations between Motion Picture Costume Designers and Anto for films released in 2017. Uncover special insights about shirting details, including fabric details and unique period styles. Discover the finished looks through courtesy photos provided by the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising from their annual "Art of Motion Picture Costume Design" Exhibition.
Costume Design by Mark Bridges | Actors dressed in Anto: Daniel Day Lewis
Daniel Day Lewis's character was set in the 1950's in London. His shirting was to be made for the appearance of his role as a designer. The shirt seen in the photos below is made from Swiss cotton fabric. The French cuffs give the shirt the formality of its time, along with its classic fit and box pleat front placket. Mark Bridges' work as designer for "Phantom Thread" won him nominations and awards for Best Costume Design throughout multiple award ceremonies.
Costume Design by Ellen Mirojnick | Actors dressed in Anto shirts and ascots: Hugh Jackman
Hugh Jackman's character defines the ringmaster of 19th century show business. The white shirt made to be worn under the red vest and coat is made from a textured herringbone Swiss cotton fabric. It is paired with an off-white silk jacquard ascot. All the shirts made for Hugh Jackman were made with an extreme spread collar and single French cuffs. The tuxedo shirt he wears in the second photo is made with pique details in the bib and cuffs. Ellen Mirojnick's work as designer for "The Greatest Showman" won her nominations for Best Costume Design throughout multiple award ceremonies.
Costume Design by Arianne Phillips | Actors dressed in Anto: Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum's role is characterized by a modern Western style. His Western Anto shirts are made with oxford fabrics constructed from cotton. The shirts feature double flap pockets, white button snaps, and a front and back Western yoke. Arianne Phillips' role as designer for "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" won her a nomination in the Costume Designers Guild Award for Excellence in Costume Design for a Contemporary Film.
Costume Design by Laura Jean Shannon | Actors dressed in Anto: Dwayne Johnson
Dwayne Johnson's character wears an Anto Safari shirt throughout the film. The exhibit photo does not show the shirt made by Anto. This Safari shirt is made with a tan lightweight linen fabric and features a soft finish collar, double pockets with box pleat flaps, and a blox pleat front placket.
Costume Design by Mary Zophres | Actors dressed in Anto shirts: Steve Carell and Emma Stone
Steve Carell portrays a professional tennis player with athletic styled shirting. He plays a significant part of his scenes dressed in colored knit stretch pullover shirts. The classic tennis polos are made using knitted pique cotton, featuring a three button front placket.
Costume Design by Janty Yates | Actors dressed in Anto shirts: Mark Wahlberg
Mark Wahlberg's character is set in the 70's. He wears classic styled 70's dress shirts with edge stitched point collars. The blue shirt is made using a solid poplin fabric constructed from 100% Egyptian cotton.
Costume Design by Francine Jamison-Tanchuck | Actors dressed in Anto shirts and ties: Denzel Washington and Tony Plana
Denzel Washington's character undergoes two different styles as his role and wardrobe modernize in present day Los Angeles. The pieces made for Denzel Washington include classic fit dress shirts and ties.
Costume Design by Jenny Gering | Actors dressed in Anto: Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise's character is styled as a modern American living in the late 70's. Anto shirts feature pocketed linen shirts, Western denim shirts, and casual poplin cotton dress shirts in short and long sleeves.
Costume Design by Francine Jamison-Tanchuck | Actors dressed in Anto shirts and ties: Algee Smith, Anthony Mackie, Nathan Davis Jr., Jason Mitchell, Peyton Alex Smith, Malcolm David Kelley, Tyler James, Leon Thomas III, Miguel Pimentel, Joseph David Jones, Jacob Latimore, and Ephram Skyes
The shirting made for 'Detroit' resembles the year of 1967 in the city of Detroit. Vintage fabrics were used in creating casual sport shirts with soft collars. Formal bow ties and tuxedo shirts were made for a full cast.