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Marlene Stewart has been the costume designer for such features as Mary Lambert's Siesta, Oliver Stone's The Doors and JFK, James Cameron's Terminator 2: Judgment Day and True Lies, Joel Schumacher's Falling Down, James L. Brooks' I'll Do Anything, Curtis Hanson's The River Wild, Beeban Kidron's To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, Joe Pytka's Space Jam, Rob Bowman's The X-Files, Tony Scott's Enemy of the State, Dominic Sena's Gone in Sixty Seconds, David McNally's Coyote Ugly, Michael Mann's Ali, and Antoine Fuqua's Tears of the Sun.
She began her career designing women's clothing and had her own label, Covers. Her work took her all over Europe. After meeting Madonna, she was invited to design outfits for several of the singer's most popular and influential music videos, including "Vogue," "Material Girl," "Like a Prayer," and "Express Yourself." She also worked with Madonna on two movies, Alek Keshishian's Truth or Dare and Abel Ferrara's Dangerous Game.
Ms. Stewart has designed the costumes for concert tours of Cher, Paula Abdul, and Gloria Estefan. Other performers with whom she has worked, on music videos, include Janet Jackson, Rod Stewart, Bette Midler, Debbie Harry, Smashing Pumpkins, the Bangles, and Eurythmics.
She has also designed the costumes for several television commercials, working with Tony Scott, Mary Lambert, David Bailey, and Joe Pytka, among other directors.
Ms. Stewart has been honored with the Bob Mackie Award for Design.