The two friends made sure they got to shoot together.
Yet another way to score behind-the-scenes peeks of your favorite TV shows, including "Empire," "The Walking Dead" and "The Mindy Project."
The woman responsible for dressing the cast of "Girls" and "Orange Is the New Black" spoke about making a career in costume design at Fashionista's June meetup.
And a limited edition of Kim Kardashian's "Selfish" goes on sale Thursday.
Plus, Cox on trading in her prison scrubs for fancy lawyer suits and Pejic's dream movie role.
Oh, sure, there are some actors and actresses who look exactly like their TV alter egos. (Hi, Zooey Deschanel!) But there are some who owe a big debt to the makeup, hair, and wardrobe departments (and whoever makes Jon Hamm shave on Mad Men). Good acting is one thing, but a good costume can make or break a character. Click through for all the actors we spotted at the Emmys who undergo some amazing transformations for our viewing pleasure every week.
We kicked our day off bright and early with the debut of the first ever plus size fashion line to show at fashion week, and never slowed down. From checking out the best beauty backstage at Rag & Bone and Helmut Lang, to scoping models-off-duty, we saw a lot. Check out all the awesome stuff we saw on day two of New York Fashion Week:
Cornrows are having a moment on the small screen--ahem, Orange is the New Black--and on a high fashion platform, seen in multiple Vogue Paris editorials and at the fashion-heavy Met Gala. With all this buzzing around the tiny braids, we decided it was time to try the look out for ourselves.
Netflix's latest original series Orange is the New Black debuted yesterday with its entire first season and if you haven't already seen it, we recommend setting some time aside for a marathon this weekend--it's good (and even got picked up for a second season before it actually aired). Created by Jenji Kohan (of Weeds) and based on a memoir of the same name, it's a dramedy that follows Piper Chapman (played by Taylor Schilling) on her challenging transition from living a comfortable life with her fiancé in New York to being an inmate at a women's prison with a colorful cast of characters (including Natasha Lyonne and Taryn Manning). For the most part, however, their outfits are a not-so-colorful khaki--except for newbies like Chapman, who wear the bright orange referenced in the show's title. This is something we learned while chatting with costume designer Jenn Rogien, who had a lot of fascinating research to do re: prison dress codes while prepping for this project--a far cry from her work on Girls.