Lindy Hemming

Lindy attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art studying stage management and design. Upon graduation she took work in the Open Space Theatre and the Hampsteadd Theatre Club.

In 1985 she worked on the highly acclaimed “My Beautiful Launderette” with Daniel Day Lewis and “84 Charing Cross Road” with Anthony Hopkins and Anne Bancroft. Other noteable credits include “Four Weddings and a Funeral”, “Blood and Wine”, “Goldeneye” and “Tomorrow Never Dies”. Her work was extremely well received for “The World Is Not Enough”, including the gowns and dresses she created for Sophie Marceau.

Her influence has even been felt at the Oscars, as she recommended an Abu Jani-Sandeep creation to Oscar winner Judi Dench. Lindy was also instrumental in breaking the 30 year tradition of dressing Bond in clothing from Savile Row by putting him in Italian Brioni.

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