In exploring and creating exciting ways to engage and re-engage visitors in the story of costume design, we always tried to live up to Deborah’s brief to create an exhibition that’s experiential, exciting and engaging for the general audience, that recreates a cinematic experience at the galleries in the V&A.” says Roger Mann, Casson Mann‘s co-founder and creative director.

As the show comes together and exclusive previews promise the public the once-in-a-lifetime experience Deborah Nadoolman Landis hoped for, Casson Mann’s co-founder and creative director Roger Mann and design associate Gary Shelley feel confident that their ‘back stage’ design approach – complete with exclusive content and interviews – will surprise, delight, inform and deliver a sense of ‘privileged access’.

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