The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
[Image via E!.]
Because the cast of Glee is participating in this year's Fashion's Night Out it's only appropriate that they get a nice little feature in Vogue's September issue.
The cast and show's creator Ryan Murphy dished to the mag about the fashion on the show.
Here are some HIGHlights:
Ryan Murphy on his vision for each character's individual style:
"From the beginning, I asked the costume designer to give each of these kids an archetypal identity. We didn’t want them to look like generic mall kids. Now their looks are being copied! On the show, they don’t get to wear designer clothes, except for Chris. In fact, people ask me all the time, ‘Where does he get those clothes in Ohio?’"
Chris Colfer on his fashion evolution:
"When Glee started, I had no idea who Marc Jacobs was. In no way was I a fashion person! I did all my shopping at my small-town Target. Maybe if I dressed better I wouldn’t have had such a hard time in school. Now, as Kurt, I get to wear all these amazing things, by people whose names I can’t even pronounce."
Lea Michele on Rachel Berry's style:
"I would never wear a sweater with an animal face!"
Ryan Murphy on Lea Michele developing a passion for fashion:
"When I met Lea, she was only sort of interested in clothes— but in the last two years she’s become a red-carpet star. I think what happened is Lea went to an event, and someone said, ‘Oh, you look pretty.’ It was an interesting moment for her."
We agree Ryan. Princess Lea IS a red carpet star!
[Image courtesy of Norman Jean Roy / Vogue.]
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