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Costume Designers

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Costume designers put in long hours at painstaking detail work. It is a demanding profession that requires flexible, artistic, and practical workers. The schedule can be erratic—a busy period followed by weeks of little or no work. Though costumes are often a crucial part of a production's success, unless the work is for a movie, designers usually get little recognition compared to the actors and director.

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