Marci Rodgers is an award-nominated costume designer who created the rich palette and ‘70s wardrobe on Spike Lee’s highly acclaimed film, BLACKKKLANSMAN, which won an Academy Award in 2019.
Known for her ability to bring stories from script to screen through impeccable detail and authenticity, Rodgers designed Season 1 and Too of Spike Lee’s modern reboot of SHE’S GOTTA HAVE IT, which premiered on Netflix and was nominated for best Television - Contemporary TV Film Series by the Costume Designers Guild. This past summer, she wrapped on the show’s second season. Marci has recently collaborated with directors such as Liz Garbus on her upcoming thriller film, LOST GIRLS; Steven Soderbergh for his Netflix drama film, HIGH FLYING BIRDS, Christopher Morris on his upcoming film, THE DAY SHALL COME, for See-Saw Films and Archer Gray; and WU TANG CLAN AN AMERICAN SAGA on Hulu.
From her educational roots at Howard University where she received a B.B.A. in Marketing, Rodgers went on to receive a Corporate M.B.A. from Florida International University and a Certificate in Fashion Design and Marketing from London Fashion College: Central Saint Martins in London, all before graduating with an M.F.A. in Costume Design from the University of Maryland.
"The beginning is the most important part of the work"
Nominated for best Television - Contemporary TV Film Series
by the Costume Designers Guild