FROM Paco Delgado
'Les Mis' Costume Designer Contributor Ari Karpel talks with costume designer Paco Delgado, who's been nominated for his work on Les Miserables. This is his first Hollywood movie and his first Oscar nomination . As he reflects on this time in his career and on his work on Les Mis he says that a common misconception about his job is that it's about fashion, but he sees his job as being about storytelling. Paco Delgado, wearing his Oscar-nominee cap mentioned in the interview
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