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'Eiko’s otherworldly outfits did not disappoint: Dracula sports a bloodred sort of muscle armor that resembles anatomy-book drawings, and the promiscuous Lucy wears a party dress embroidered with peppermint green snakes to underscore her eroticism and attraction to evil. “When you make a movie, you don’t get exactly what you want—you never do—you get percentages,” Coppola wrote. “Except for Eiko. She got what she wanted.”'

(From photograph) 

http://www.wmagazine.com/culture/art-and-design/2012/04/eiko-ishioka-late-costume-designer-and-art-director

LYNN HIRSCHBERG on EIKO ISHIOKA, W MAGAZINE

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