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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"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 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.
"We would compliment each other constantly — 24/7," says the 13-year-old about her "BSC" cast-mates.
And, yes, the 13-year-old did take a "one-of-a-kind" wardrobe treasure home with her from set.
Costume designer Cynthia Summers breaks down all the members' styles, including Claudia's arty cool, Dawn's Cali skater girl vibe and Stacey's Parisian chic.
Anna B. Sheppard talks Will Ferrell's and Rachel McAdams's perfectly bonkers on- and off-stage wardrobe in the Netflix movie.
Emmy-nominated designer Amy Roberts revisits royal highlights from the third season and drops some dishy teasers on the upcoming one.
The six-time Emmy nominee also discusses leaving behind a legacy of hiring a diverse staff.
The scene-stealer shares her own influence on Kamala's style in Mindy Kaling's Netflix series and her speed-shopping trip for her "Vogue" India-covered wedding.
The designers from "#BlackAF," "Unorthodox," "Never Have I Ever" and "Awkwafina is Nora From Queens" on dressing writers, creators and decision-makers.
And, yes, a shirtless Paxton Hall-Yoshida totally counts as one.
Designers Lou Eyrich and Sarah Evelyn dressed big-screen ingenues, played by Samara Weaving and Laura Harrier, in mostly vintage.
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It includes a pore vacuum, an unconventional use for a blow-dryer and getting his hair professionally relaxed.
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You can now buy Meg Thee Stallion's wardrobe.
But are we surprised?