Lyn Paolo pours one out, figuratively, by sharing the heartfelt stories behind her favorite Olivia Pope costumes.
There are a number of criteria brands might consider before deciding to loan to shows like "Empire," "Scandal' and, for a throwback, 'Gossip Girl.'
Including "Elementary" star Lucy Liu on Dr. Watson's wardrobe evolution and why "Arrow" is embracing the long-sleeved look again.
Plus, all the high-fashion in 'Gotham' and how Miley Cyrus will pass her signature style onto her team on 'The Voice.'
Including, J. Lo's make-under in 'Shades of Blue' and Eric Daman's post-Chuck Bass foray into menswear in 'Billions.'
Only the best for fashion darlings Sienna Miller and Alicia Vikander.
Yet another way to score behind-the-scenes peeks of your favorite TV shows, including "Empire," "The Walking Dead" and "The Mindy Project."
Get the scoop on Annalise Keating's Victoria Beckham dresses, Juliet Barnes's Taylor Swift-like style evolution, Bradley Cooper's normcore look and more from the costume designers themselves.
Your fall work wardrobe? It's handled.
Kerry Washington had a hand in designing, of course.
At our How I'm Making It conference Friday, award-winning costume designer Lyn Paolo schooled us in the world of costume design. We can say with confidence that everyone left that talk having learned something they didn't already know, us included. So we decided to share our new knowledge with you, dear readers.
Our How to Make It in Fashion conference is coming to Los Angeles on November 8, and tickets are selling fast. If you're hoping to start a career in the fashion world—whether as a stylist, publicist, designer, or blogger—we've gathered some of the industry's most notable insiders as our keynote speakers, including Erica Domesek of P.S. I Made This, costume designer Lyn Paolo of Scandal and Shameless, and the legendary designer and stylist L'Wren Scott.
Sounds like Olivia's ditching all that white for season three. There will still be gloves, though.
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