Harry Potter™ Studios in London is home to costumes from different times in the movies. From The Philosopher's Stone to The Deathly Hallows, the costumes cover major events in the eight Harry Potter movies. They are detailed and beautifully designed, a testament to the work and skill that went into each Harry Potter movie.
No one knew what Quidditch meant before Harry Potter. Visualising it was impossible, but the designers in The Philosopher's Stone managed to prepare a uniform. As the movies progressed and Quidditch became as popular as football, the uniforms were smartly transformed to reflect the nature of the game. The clothes became sportier, and elbow and knee pads and helmets were added as accessories. This evolution in Quidditch uniforms is on display at the Harry Potter™ Studios.
The Yule Ball was a unique opportunity for the Harry Potter costume designing team. Cultural events and festivals were never really celebrated in a civilised manner until the Triwizard Tournament came around. It allowed the design team to improvise, and boy, they delivered! Hermione's stunning gown was a thing of beauty and is on display at the Harry Potter™ Studios. 'Wizard's Tuxedo' and Ron's stylish but old Yule Ball clothing are also part of the Yule Ball collection.
The endings are tough but memorable. Everyone remembers the final scene of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, where Harry, Ginny, Ron, Hermione, and Draco and his family are seen sending off their kids to Hogwarts 19 years later. Their clothing reflected their maturity, growth and adulthood and are on display in the Harry Potter™ Studios London.
Headmistress Madame Olympe Maxime might be remembered for her romantic relationship with Hagrid, but she was the leader of the Beauxbatons Academy of Magic. She brought her students to Hogwarts for the Triwizard Tournament in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and they immediately stole the charm. Their clothing was one of the reasons; the "French Blue" uniform had panache, with the stylish hat designed and produced by renowned milliner Philip Treacy adding to its beauty. It is on display at the Harry Potter™ Studios in London.
A. You can see Quidditch, Yule Ball, Beauxbatons, and the 19 Years Later costumes in Warner Bros. Studios London.
A. Yes, you can wear costumes to Harry Potter™ Studios.
A. French costume designer Jany Temime designed the clothes in Harry Potter movies.
A. Yes, Harry Potter costumes in Warner Bros. Studios are worth exploring. They demonstrate the evolution of the show through the years.
A. Yes, the Harry Potter costumes in Warner Bros. Studios were actually worn in the Harry Potter films.