Ancy Antony

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Ancy Antony (also known as Ann Ancy Antony, born 6 January 1990) is an Indian costume designer, who has worked for both film and stage productions. She has won State Awards for Best Costume Designer,[1] and been nominated for the award two times.

ANCY ANTONY
Ancy Antony
Born
Ann Ancy Antony

06 January 1990
Kollam, Kerala, India
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
OccupationModel, Fashion designer, Costume designer
Years active2010-present

Early life[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]

Antony was born in Kollam, Kerala, India, into a Christian family. She attended St. Joseph's Convent Girls Higher Secondary School before obtaining a Bachelor's degree from Bishop Jerome Institute of Fashion Technolohy, Kollam, and a Diploma from the Davis's Pink Lotus Beauty Parlour, Kollam.Template:Fact

Career[edit | hide | edit source]

Ancy started her career in 2010. She designed Sideeq's personal wardrobe.Template:Fact She later got her first big break designing costumes for the film "Alice Bungalow" where she designed some costumes for Radhika Venugopal.Template:Fact She designed outfits for Anu Sithara for the Alleppey Fashion pageant. She designed for the Mollywood film Kasaba for Neha Saxena. She also designed for more than ten Malayalam serials with actors like Sandra Thomas, Lekshmi Nakshatra.Template:Fact

She established her own fashion label, called "Ancique", after graduation and retailed in stores in major cities across Kerala.Template:Fact

Awards[edit | hide | edit source]

  • Brief Media Fashion Award, 2016 - Best Fashion Designer

Costume designer[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Film
2016 Alice Bungalow
2016 Welcome to Central Jail
2016 Ann Maria Kalippilaanu

References[edit | hide | edit source]

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