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What made The Marvelous Mrs. When I saw the scripts, I thought they were great. Being a New Yorker, I just loved the idea of dealing with that period. Very early on in your career, as an assistant costume designer, you explored New York in various films with Woody Allen.
Did embarking on Mrs. It is a drama, but there is this comedy of life, so it absolutely went back in my mind to the very early days when I assisted on those Woody Allen films—all of those strange characters that come into scenes, and the little, personal interactions that made the script interesting.
So it is a little bit of a full circle. Obviously, I used a lot of magazines and books, a lot of historical research, [looking at] the art scene at the time, the West Village, the intersection of European culture with American culture. So it was really a combination of fashion magazines and definitely a lot of photography, like Saul Leiter. I like that beautiful use of color; the way color plays with the foreground, the background, the transparency.
I had looked at that quite a bit, and was quite influenced by that. What were the driving influences behind the looks we see? This is the period of Dior and Balenciaga, all of these major people, and I think New York was close enough to Europe that there was sort of a trickle-down of a higher fashion.
So you have a lot of Europeans coming to America. You had the painting movements—Jackson Pollock, all of these other painters. It was really an incredible cross-section, and I think all of these things were influencing New York culture at that time—a heightened awareness of jazz, heightened awareness of painting, and then the influence of couture in fashion.
So people were seeing these images, and I think it was suddenly raising the cultural standard of America—in contrast to the moment now.
But I think people were a little bit heightened. Why was it important to take a bespoke approach with the costumes of your principal characters? We might say it was in a certain socioeconomic group, but not completely, because there were many milliners in New York City. There were many stores where people had the capacity to buy materials—fabrics and trims.
I think that sort of specialness that people achieved more easily is why building them became very important. Trousers — anything dark will do. Dark jeans, charcoal grey suit pants, that kind of thing. Shoes — brown and sensible. She saves her uncomfortable shoes for the weekend. Accessories — thick tan belt, as close to the color of the coat as possible, worn over the sweater.
Hoop earrings, no necklace. Donna also wears a ring like a pebble on the middle finger of her right hand. Always speaks her mind, even before she has fully made it up, sometimes.
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