Astrid Brucker is the costume designer for numerous films and TV

shows, including “The Hating Game” starring Lucy Hale, Joshua, starring Sam Rockwell and Vera Farmiga, My Brother The Pig, starring Scarlett Johansson and Eva Mendes; Changing Hearts, starring Lauren Holly and Faye Dunaway; The Scoundrel's Wife, starring Tatum O'Neal, Tim Curry, Julian Sands and “Getting to Know You” starring Zach Braff.

“Irena’s Vow” starring Tovah Feldshuh was her Broadway debut.

Brucker styled the beautiful Lauren Hutton on shows such as Bravo's “Profiles” and “Three Perfect Days”. She designed for the  FX pilot and series, “Starved”, as well as the Discovery Channel's series “Moments In Time” dealing with significant historical people such as Cleopatra and Napoleon and  has worked on the TV shows “Mad About You” and “The Conan O'Brien Show”.

Brucker’s articles have been published in the magazine Below-The-Line and her designs have brought international advertising campaigns to life for companies including The Plaza, Steve Madden, J. Shoes, Sky Cinema Classics, Close-Up Toothpaste, Wendy's Restaurant, Pfizer, Ducati, Miller Beer, IBM, and Pepsi. Magazine credits include Level Magazine, People, Vibe, C-Heads Magazine, Iconography and Entertainment Weekly.

She launched her own collection, Astridland, which includes tops, dresses and jewelry, see the look book here:

A graduate of Parsons School of Design, Brucker started out in the fashion industry in New York designing evening wear, suits, and dresses. She began her career in costume design working for the Circle Rep Theater in New York and for the choreographer Jerome Robbins on his ballet “In The Night” performed by the Kirov Ballet.

Brucker has traveled all around the country and to Vilnius, Lithuania, the Canary Islands and Rome, Italy for projects.