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It’s impossible to talk about Mad Men without talking about the clothes. Sometimes beautiful, sometimes garish, sometimes voyeuristic, and sometimes teasingly symbolic, nothing is chosen just for aesthetics. On Mad Men, the costumes are storytelling devices that help create a richer and more textual experience for the viewer.
Janie Bryant, the Emmy award-winning (for Deadwood) designer behind the costumes of Mad Men, spoke to EW last month about her theory behind melding the costumes with the development of individual characters, including Sally Draper (Kiernan Shipka). Though cryptic at the time, in light of Sunday’s episode, Bryant’s comments about Sally were suddenly brought into focus. [SPOILER ALERT: We'll be briefly discussing plot points from the June 9th episode "Favors"]
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Nicole asks: Can you please help me find the boots and ring that Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) wears on Beauty and the Beast? Thanks a lot!
Beauty and the Beast’s crime-fighting detective Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) may not get to wear a lot of slinky dresses or stilettos, but that’s not to say she doesn’t have style. “Her clothing is simple and effortless – but she manages to always look fantastic,” said costumer Shelley Mansell, who worked on the pilot episode, in an e-mail.
Mansell said Catherine’s wardrobe is full of functional staples like leather jackets, jeans and boots. “Catherine is always on the go and the boots give her character a subtle edge,” explained Mansell, who purchased the Pakros boots ($219) in the photo above from a retail store in Toronto called Get Outside.
As for Catherine’s accessories, including her ring (pictured below), which was purchased from Sears, Mansell said they include “subtle touches of bohemian,” while “soft, subtle prints complete the look.”
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