The style icon everyone is talking about wears drab flannel shirts with flat shoes and crumpled jeans. The set-up of HBO’s hit show, Mare of Easttown is familiar TV fare, but the transformation of serial Vogue cover star Kate Winslet into Mare Sheehan provides an unexpected plot twist. Winslet is still beautiful – and when it comes to Saturday night, Mare has a choice of dates to pick from – but Mare doesn’t prioritise her looks. “It was very challenging to make Kate Winslet not look like Kate Winslet, because she’s so stunning,” costume designer Meghan Kasperlik told the Awards Daily podcast. The show is set in the immediate pre-pandemic world – Mare has a smartphone, and a vape – but the drab clothes and unshowy cars give it an out-of-time mood.
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That’s according to “Cruella,” the latest live-action Disney movie that updates or provides a twist to one of its animated classics. “When we first meet Estella” — that’s Cruella’s birth name — “she feels like a girl who’s grown up in 1970s London,” hair and makeup designer Nadia Stacey told Vogue. “I think it was about six hours of fittings,” Beavan told Vogue. “We found the basis of the whole Cruella look. Laurie Sparham 2021 Disney EnterThen there were the dozens of wigs and out-there makeup looks, which took inspiration from everything from 18th century Versailles to current drag culture.ETONLINE - Madewell's Sale Is Full of Spring-to-Summer Essentials