Land That Look offers limited run collections by the Costume Designers behind your favorite films & series. We have developed a program to help Costume Designers to create their own lines by partnering with studios, licensing a companion collection or creating a line inspired by their work for the big screen.
UPCYCLED FABRICS FOR TRUE SUSTAINABILITY
All garments are made from up-cycled deadstock and vintage fabrics, helping to diminish the waste the garment industry has already made on our environment.
While we find ways to breathe new life into these fabrics, it also pushes us to source authentic fabric from the time period of each picture. This ultimately creates small batch production and limited releases with each show.
Your garments will be shipped to you in a 100% compostable bag because we work from every aspect to minimize our carbon footprint.
We work to create less waste in the landfill & less garbage in your closet!
FASHION FROM THE SCREEN TO YOUR HOME
Land That Look offers limited-run collections by the Costume Designers behind your favorite films & series.
These aren’t merch lines put out by the networks, these are capsule collections by the Costume Designers themselves based on their work on each film or series.
Join our newsletter for exclusive chats with the Designers and Stars of the each show and delve into the process that goes into creating these characters through their wardrobe.
MADE ETHICALLY IN DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES
We are proud to be a “Slow Fashion” model and use ethical manufacturing right in downtown Los Angles. We have partnered with Bomme Studio, a manufacturer that pays living wages to their exceptional craftsmen.
We also strive to bridge the gap between film & fashion through promoting Costume Designers (a traditionally female department) to fight for both pay equity and backend revenue for their marvelous creations. Our program to helps Costume Designers create their own lines by partnering with studios, licensing a companion collection or creating a line inspired by their work for the big screen.