"The Hollywood Reporter"-ranked stylist, who grew up in a "little surf town" on Vancouver Island, also heads up Claire Underwood's costumes on "House of Cards."
Kemal Harris, the character's costume designer, promises us that the nation's most ruthless (fictional) first lady "doesn't hold back."
And Naomi Campbell responds to rumors that she was caught catfighting with Cara Delevingne.
And 'House of Cards' has a new costume designer.
All of the week's top fashion news. Warning: Lots of Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian.
Have you watched "House of Cards" yet? I did. And while I have a lot to say about the actual plot, you can go read critiques from actual TV critics somewhere else. Like Twitter. Instead, I'd like to briefly discuss the wardrobing situation.
Last year, the Emmy nominees for Outstanding Costumes for a Series were Boardwalk Empire, Downton Abbey, The Borgias, Game of Thrones, and Once Upon a Time. Game of Thrones obviously won, and we wouldn't be surprised if it went on a winning streak for the rest of its time on air. And we get it--those costumes are awesome, as are those of the other nominated shows. But is it fair that contemporary shows rarely get recognized for their costumes?
Dying to try out a complicated Game of Thrones Daenerys Targaryen braid or get that flowy Russian spy mane that Keri Russell sports in The Americans? Whether you're a vintage maven like Megan Draper on Mad Men or a modern New Girl, YouTube has you covered.
For one night each year at the White House Correspondents' Dinner the worlds of politics, Hollywood, and fashion collide. It's always weird and awesome. Like when Hayden Panettiere met Rahm Emanuel, what did they say to each other? Last night's dinner was perhaps the most fashion-filled to date.
We meet the man responsible for the wardrobes of Claire Underwood and Liz Lemon.