Three-time Academy Award-winning Hollywood costume designer Colleen Atwood is joining the HSN family, as they say at the home shopping network.
The acclaimed designer will debut a collection of exclusive apparel inspired by her work on Universal Pictures’ upcoming “Snow White and the Huntsman.” Atwood will appear on HSN as part of a one-time, 24-hour live shopping event May 30.
The film, starring Kristen Stewart, Oscar winner Charlize Theron and Chris Hemsworth, opens on June 1.
With the release of her “Snow White and the Huntsman”-inspired line, “Atwood brings the epic action-adventure to life with a curated assortment of beautiful designs featuring faux suede, leather trim, lace and chiffon details, all reflecting the spirit of the film,” according to HSN’s press release Monday.
The collection will range in price from $39 for a short sleeve top with delicate lace detail to $169 for an exquisite embroidered dress inspired by one of the Queen’s gowns.
“HSN offers its customers insider access to some of the fashion industry’s most respected authorities, and we are thrilled to welcome Academy Award winner Colleen Atwood to HSN,” HSN FAshion Director Lauren Wilner said in a canned statement. Colleen’s capsule collection reflects the tone and feel of Snow White and the Huntsman beautifully, and I can’t wait for her to share her creations with our millions of customers.”
Atwood had her own canned statement.
“‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ is a beautiful film with rich characters and themes that have provided a wonderful palette of inspiration for my designs,” said Atwood. “I’m excited to bring my first apparel collection to HSN and look forward to making my debut in May.”
The exclusive capsule collection is part of a larger assortment of more than 200 items that have been created for the 24-hour “Snow White and the Huntsman” event on HSN.
High-end jewelry, fashions and home accessories including exclusive pieces from Hutton Wilkinson, Loree Rodkin, Heidi Daus, Ranjana Khan and Adrianne Landau will also be available for sale.
Atwood has been nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Costume Design nine times and won Academy Awards for the movies “Chicago” in 2002, “Memoirs of a Geisha” in 2006 and “Alice in Wonderland” in 2011. Atwood has collaborated with Hollywood greats including directors Tim Burton, Rob Marshall and Jonathan Demme.
Here’s the boilerplate on Atwood:
Colleen Atwood began her career as a costume designer on Michael Apted’s “Firstborn,” which starred Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Downey Jr. While living in New York, Atwood was able to collaborate with Jonathan Demme on “Married to the Mob,” “The Silence of the Lambs,” “Philadelphia” and “Beloved.”
In the late 1980s, Atwood moved to Los Angeles and began her first collaboration with Tim Burton on “Edward Scissorhands.” She has been fortunate to continue working with Burton on “Ed Wood,” “Mars Attacks!,” “Sleepy Hollow,” “Big Fish,” “Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” “Alice in Wonderland” and, most recently, “Dark Shadows.” She has also collaborated with Rob Marshall on “Chicago,” “Memoirs of a Geisha” and “Nine.”
Atwood has been nominated for nine Academy Awards, with three wins for “Chicago,” “Memoirs of a Geisha” and “Alice in Wonderland.” Additionally, Atwood has been nominated for more 50 awards for achievements in costume design.