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Faced with a limited budget, Francis Ford Coppola declared early on that "the costumes will be the set." For its costume designer, he picked Eiko Ishioka, an art director and graphic artist whose poster for Apocalypse Now (1979) he had loved a few years earlier. Something of an unexpected choice, Ishioka had never before seen a vampire movie and had limited costume design experience in feature films. Awarded an Oscar for Costume Design, Bram Stoker's Dracula launched Ishioka's career as a costume designer.
Francis Ford Coppola and Eiko Ishioka describe their collaboration in depth and Eiko's inspiration for her Academy-Award winning costumes.
Drawings by Eiko. Photographs by David Seidner. On-set photography by Ralph Nelson.