‘Bridgerton’ debuted a few days ago on Netflix and has already become a hit with audiences and critics – and it’s no wonder: in addition to mixing period drama with comedy, the he adaptation of Julia Quinn’s novels transported us to the exuberant visuals of 19th century London with passionate solidity.
At a recent press conference to promote the series, costume designer Ellen Mirojnick (“ The King of the Show ”) revealed some details of the production – including the almost immeasurable number of costumes she sewed for them. hundreds of characters from the series.
“We did… well, I’ll tell you, the amount is going to sound impressive, but we made about 7,500 costumes for the first season of ‘Bridgerton’. My team and I are very proud of everything we have done. We never thought we would do something like this, but we did and we had huge enthusiasm to create something new. The first thing to create something new from is the color palette. We’re not talking about 1813 and Jane Austen and beige and cream caps. We use the imperial silhouette and add layers and layers. The more layers we added, the more we could change the palette ”.
The story follows the life of the eight brothers of the Bridgerton family, one of the most important in English high society in the 19th century.
The series was created by Chris Van Dusen.
Adjoa Andoh, Lorraine Ashbourne, Jonathan Bailey, Ruby Barker, Sabrina Bartlett, Harriet Cains and more stars.
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