Every time I pass this street, I just…OH.
the face of the rebellion
Katniss’s dress in the Catching Fire portrait is her wedding dress.
“Trish Summerville just flew back from Hawaii, where she was doing pick-up shots for Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
While many assumed that Katniss’ wedding gown came from Alexander McQueen(us included!), Summerville sets the record straight.
“Katniss’ white gown is by a designer named Tex Saverioin Jakarta. He is amazing! I found his designs quite some time ago and saved his information for a perfectly fitting project, then cameCatching Fire – perfect!” she said. “We did several Skype calls with sketches to work together in designing the wedding dress. I had seen a dress he designed with a similar metal bodice, and I wanted to incorporate it into our wedding-dress design,” Summerville adds.
She also pointed out the bodice, a Swarovski-crystal-clad “organza corset under a metal cage.” The metal pieces rising up are meant to signify fire and flames, while layers of laser-cut feathers at the waist and shoulder tie in the film’s “Mockingjay” concept. The skirt also has numerous layers of organza and chiffon ruffles giving it grandness but still making it seem airy and fluid for movement. As Summerville explains, “This is very important for the twirling/ spinning Katniss does onstage, per Caesar Flickerman’s request.” Summerville confirms that Effie Trinket’s red ruffled poster dress and matching shoes are indeed from the house of Alexander McQueen, as THR had reported. But she also reveals that Peeta’s suit is by a Korean designer that she is “obsessed with” called Juunj. “He is unbelievably talented,” she writes. “And Peeta’s boots are by Rick Owens. “ [Hollywood Reporter]