The Harry Potter movies are lauded for their loyalty to the original books, their impressive visual effects, and their instantly recognizable music, but one major factor of production often goes unnoticed: the costumes. The Hogwarts uniform has been spoofed, replicated, and cosplayed into oblivion since the first film debuted in 2001, and it's one of the crucial elements that immerses viewers in J.K. Rowling's cinematic universe.
While costumer Jany Temime was unaware of the Harry Potter canon before she began working on the Prisoner of Azkaban film, she enjoyed collaborating alongside the actors who knew the material inside and out. While her name may not be as instantly recognizable as that of Daniel Radcliffe or Emma Watson, the pieces produced by Temime and the rest of the costuming team were of inimitable importance to the beloved series.
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