It takes teams of people and hours upon hours of work to develop the Marvel costumes. From the pre-production stage through post-production storage, the care that goes into designing, caring for, and ultimately protecting MCU costumes contributes to the overall success of the franchise.
Each new movie requires Marvel concept artists and costume designers to convey changes within the films' shared universe, something that's often accomplished by updating the costumes themselves. Behind the scenes of the MCU, designers and costumers work tirelessly to find a balance of form and function - all while remaining true to the original comic book source material.
Keeping the cast of the Marvel Cinematic Universe dressed is a balancing act between continuity and evolution alike.
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