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Road to Designing Women: The Interviews

Recently, NYWIFT interviewed the three amazing women being honored at this year’s awards show. NYWIFT member Drake Stutesman and I were on hand to conduct the interviews, which will be used for the event’s video montages.

It was a great day. The honorees—who’ve worked on such films as Moonrise Kingdom and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and TV shows like The Good Wife and SNL — shared fascinating behind-the-scenes stories and their own personal journeys of reaching new heights in their respective fields.

Don’t forget to buy your tickets for NYWIFT’s 2013 Designing Women Awards, being held on May 23. — AMANDA LIN COSTA, NYWIFT Board Member

imageClockwise from top: Costume Designer Deborah Lynn Scott, Hairstylist Mandy Lyons, Makeup Artist Andrea Miller, and Amanda Lin Costa and Andrea Miller share a hug.

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