From elevated 1920s fashion to cutting-edge futuristic ensembles, the 95th Oscars costume design nominees have captivated audiences worldwide with their visually stunning designs.

Get a glimpse into the artistic minds of Jenny Beavan (Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris), Ruth E. Carter (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever), Shirley Kurata (Everything Everywhere All At Once), Catherine Martin (Elvis) and Mary Zophres (Babylon).

A.frame, the digital magazine of the Academy, is excited to celebrate and honor the nominees of the 95th Oscars across several branches by spotlighting their nominated films, craftsmanship, and personal stories. For more on this year's nominees, take a look at our Oscars hub. 


How Jenny Beavan Resurrected the Original House of Dior for 'Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris' (Exclusive)

'I Don't Do Typical Marvel Movies': Ruth E. Carter Talks Costuming 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' (Exclusive)

Shirley Kurata on 'Pushing the Envelope' With the Costumes of 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' (Exclusive)

Catherine Martin on Designing 'Elvis' and Dressing Austin Butler (Exclusive)

Designer Mary Zophres Reveals the Story Behind the 7,000 Costumes of 'Babylon' (Exclusive)