CAROLINE B. MARX (Costume Designer)

CAROLINE B. MARX (Costume Designer) broke into the entertainment industry as a costumer on the popular FOX television series, "In Living Color." During the first three seasons of the hit show, she learned character definition with such actors as Jim Carrey, Jaime Foxx and the Wayans Brothers, as well as the use of combining fashion & dancewear by clothing the 'Fly Girls,' which included Rosie Perez, Carrie Ann Inaba and Jennifer Lopez.

In 1996, Marx became the one of the youngest designers to join the ranks of the Costume Designers Guild. She started her career as costume designer with Mike Binder's "The Sex Monster" and Daniel Water's "Happy Campers." Her original designs for "Happy Campers" were featured in Vogue, SPIN and on MTV's "House of Style."

Marx is responsible for designing all the costumes that appeared in Disney's blockbuster "High School Musical 3: Senior Year." During the promotion of the film her designs were featured in People Magazine, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Examiner, "Access Hollywood," "Extra!," "Good Morning America," and numerous websites including &, among many other outlets.

In addition, Marx was interviewed by 'E!' and 'Hollywood Green' because of her original eco-friendly message t's and use of only sustainable clothing on Corbin Bleu's character. Many of Marx' costumes for HSM3 continue to travel around the world with several on permanent display in the Hollywood Museum and on Zac Efron's wax figure at Madame Tussaud's in London, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

Marx has gone on to design the costumes for the comedy "Jewtopia," starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Peter Stormare, Jamie-Lynn Sigler & Wendie Malick, that opened the Newport Beach Film Festival. She also created the costumes for the psychological thriller, "The Killing Room," starring Chloe Sevigny, Nick Cannon & Timothy Hutton that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Last year, Marx collaborated with her good friend and artist Elisa Jimenez and TheHUNGERWORLD (of the upcoming Project Runway AllStars) to design the unique free cut and hand-drawn t-shirts worn by Amanda Crew as 'Bette' for the indie 'slice of life' drama, "Long Time Gone," produced by the same team who produced the Academy Award-winning "Precious." The movie also stars Virginia Madsen, Sam Trammell and Zach Gilford.

Marx followed with designing the clothes for the female comedy, "The Hot Flashes," starring Brooke Shields, Wanda Sykes, Virginia Madsen, Daryl Hannah and Camryn Manheim. In this film, Susan Seidelman ("Desperately Seeking Susan") directs a story about an unlikely basketball team of middle-aged Texas women who challenge the current arrogant high school girls' state champions to raise money for breast cancer prevention that makes headlines around the country.

Most recently, Marx designed the costumes for Director Andrew Fleming's romantic drama "Barefoot," starring Evan Rachel Wood, Scott Speedman, J.K. Simmons, Treat Williams and Kate Burton.

For the small screen, Marx has created the 'look' for numerous network television series, including the award-winning "Gilmore Girls" and HBO's first sitcom, "Lucky Louie."

Marx just finished filming the CBS series "Star Crossed," a romantic sci-fi drama that takes place in the year 2025. With her edgy style, Marx has brought fashion into the forefront of the show creating trends for both humans and Atrians (aliens.) "Star Crossed" Produced by Meredith Avril, Adele Lim, Bryan & Sean Furst, Andre Nemec and Josh Applebaum stars Matt Lanter and Aimee Teegarden and currently airs on the CW Network.