This page contains the screen-worn costumes of featured characters from the Witch Hunters film.
Marlene Stewart (born August 25, 1949) is an American costume designer born in Boston, Massachusetts.
Stewart began her career designing costumes for pop star Madonna's concerts. 1991 saw her big breakthrough in film, designing the attire for JFK and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. From there, her work involved mainly action films like Falling Down, True Lies, The X-Files, Enemy of the State and Gone in 60 Seconds. Stewart's more recent work included on Real Steel and Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.
Creative fun also fueled the film's costumes, designed by Marlene Stewart (TERMINATOR 2), who designed and created nearly 100 costumes from scratch. She wanted Hansel & Gretel to look like they belonged in a fairy tale world but also look like they could be bad-ass bounty hunters of any era. Their costumes might be made from traditional leather and linen - but there's nothing antique about them. "We turned all the traditions around by giving them a tough edge," Stewart explains.
Costume and Wardrobe Department Credits
|Sarah Amft||...||costume buyer|
|Phillip Boutte Jr.||...||costume illustrator|
|Dietke Brandt||...||set costumer|
|Christian Cordella||...||costume illustrator|
|Finlay Cowan||...||costume illustrator|
|Jan Dieckmann||...||textile artist|
|Ann Foley||...||assistant costume designer|
|Brita Hofmann||...||costume textile artist|
|Tanja Jesek||...||additional costumer|
|Pola Kardum||...||wardrobe assistant|
|Daniel J. Lester||...||costume supervisor|
|Theresa Anna Luther||...||costumer|
|Sabine Otto||...||costume maker|
|Peter Popken||...||costume illustrator|
|Meike Schlegel||...||costume supervisor|
|Lisa Spengler||...||costume buyer / wardrobe daily|
|Juliana Stenzel||...||crowd costume coordinator|
|Susanne Stroh||...||costume coordinator|
|Anja Vesterling||...||costume textile artist|
|Alice Wolfbauer||...||co-assistant costume designer|
|Gillian Wood||...||costume dyer|