Fawnia Soo Hoo is a contributing editor at Fashionista and a freelance fashion, beauty and lifestyle writer. Previously, she worked in public relations and events management, but found her calling after covering (and surviving) New York City sample sales for Racked NY. Pop culture is her one true love, so she’ll always find a way to work all her favorite CW TV shows into one fashion story. She has also written for Refinery29, Teenvogue.com, Elle.com and Glamour.com.
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Ellen Mirojnick shares how she put a steamy Shondaland twist onto the Netflix show's period-authentic wardrobe.
The legendary Ann Roth talks creating the titular character's bold, meaningful performance looks and fussing with the late, beloved actor's fedora during filming.
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Costume designer Avery Plewes breaks down the coven's signature looks.
"It was the idea that anyone literally could go out now and buy Lily's outfit," says costume designer Julian Day, about Lily James's late-'30s pantsuit and cottage-core aesthetic.
The Netflix show's consulting costume designer dressed the titular star, Lily Collins, in her own Hood by Air windbreaker — plus lots of Chanel.
"She doesn't allow all the impediments of late Victorian dress to stop her from kicking some ass," says triple Oscar-nominee Consolata Boyle.
Costume designer Melissa Walker talks us through the uncomfortably all-too-familiar "lame pool party" tankinis, that oversized "Tommy Hil" T-shirt and more.
Costume designers Lou Eyrich and Rebecca Guzzi explain the "surgical green" of Sarah Paulson's nurse uniform and the custom-made dresses for Petunia, Sharon Stone's capuchin monkey.
Dayna Pink takes us through the costume highlights in the HBO series, including, Jurnee Smollett's Twitter-breaking fringe dress, and how they speak to American history.
Matthew Simonelli shares all the details about Barbie Ferreira's "prints-on-prints" and Haley Lu Richardson's "good girl pastels."
Costume designer Jennifer Starzyk also discusses collaborating closely with the leads and passing the titular duo's fashion legacy onto their daughters.
From holding virtual fittings via Zoom to shooting in a summer camp-style quarantine bubble.
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