Screengrab: 'Gossip Girl'. The three-time Emmy winner designed all of the sublime 16th century costumes for the Henry VIII drama, "The Tudors," and when the series wrapped after four seasons, Bergin bought roughly 50 of the costumes back from the studio. Granted, some shows like period dramas rent part of the wardrobe from costume shops.
Even if costume designers don't personally own the costumes, there are still well-documented instances of repeats. Eagle-eyed viewers of both shows might have noticed a young Carrie's '80s-ish interpretation of Blair's Upper East Side socialite coat-dress see below.
Blair in an Oscar de la Renta loaner and a woefully underdressed Chuck Bass. Owner Tiara Nappi said that pieces from old favorites like "Friends," "Seinfeld," "Beverly Hills, " and "Melrose Place" have made it to the sales floor at 50 to 95 percent off retail price.
Carrie put this little gem together before Miranda took her wedding dress shopping for fun that actually ended with a panic attack. She insists he drink wheatgrass to sweeten it up and he becomes addicted to it. Back Next These celebrity fragrances will have you smelling like an A-lister this holiday season.
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In those instances, the items are simply packed and returned. Twinsies alert! When a designer is working on a consecutive show for the same studio, he or she can enjoy discounted rental fees, as well as early insider access to pieces they're already quite familiar with.
Blair in an Oscar de la Renta loaner and a woefully underdressed Chuck Bass. The costume designer formerly behind 'Gossip Girl' is picking up where 'Mad Men' left off. While must-watch shows like "How to Get Away With Murder" and "Empire" just concluded their debut runs, some beloved series are completely over.
This time of the year is always bittersweet for me. By Fawnia Soo Hoo. Established in , the store works with TV and movie studios to liquidate and sell stock they can't or don't want to keep. The costume designer formerly behind 'Gossip Girl' is picking up where 'Mad Men' left off.
The studios can also reclaim all of their purchases to stockpile into a massive costume shop for other productions to rent, but the recognizable, iconic looks worn by star characters are placed into the archives. Home Style.