Fans of The Hunger Games know that the talented and kind-hearted Cinna always dresses Katniss in her most memorable outfits, both during combat and at the Capitol. Obviously, for the films, the costume designer must fill in for him, and thus far, it has been a different one each time. Judianna Makovsky (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) handled the first film in 2012, and Trish Summerville (The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl) was responsible for the elaborate, runway-ready looks in 2013’s Catching Fire. But for the series’ final installment, director Francis Lawrence went with design team Kurt and Bart, whose previous credits include Dallas Buyers Club and Stoker.
They had their work cut out for them, since Mockingjay: Part 1 and 2 represent the darkest and most austere chapter of the trilogy. There are no more games, and while the Capitol remains opulent (and ostentatious), fewer scenes take place there. Instead, Katniss is left to organize a revolution in t...
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