“Bridgerton” fans are ushering in another season full of romance and drama – all Regency era costumes accompany it. The second season of the hit shondaland series promises the same exquisite dresses, headdresses and jewelry, which have all spurred the Regency core trend to dominate the fashion world – but with richer colors. Although Ellen mirojnick, the first season costume designer, did not return to the wardrobe team, Sophie Canale, who is famous for her work in “ace agent: Secret Service” and “X-Men: first class”, took over at the place where mirojnick left. This season, she and her team produced about 700 sets of costumes for the main characters alone, of which as many as 146 were used in the first episode.

“For me, the beauty of design always lies in the attention to detail,” Canale said in an article by shondaland. “I think the audience will see this in the cutting, embroidery, decoration, hats, markings [Regent’s bag], jewelry sets matching the clothes, men’s watch chains and tie clips – there are countless examples.”

According to qixdy Com social media reported that, in fact, Canale meticulously integrates specific accessories that can reflect the personality of the wearer. For example, Kate Sharma (Simone Ashley) appears at the scene and becomes the new lover of Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey), who is looking for a wife. Through her wardrobe – such as her stylish top hat and jewel hued palette – we see her strength and sincerity.

Viewers will enjoy four different dance scenes this season, all of which are coordinated – from the set design to the overall wardrobe to the costumes of the protagonists – all in line with one theme. Pay close attention to how clothing complements and enhances the story at these critical moments – it is clear that Canale’s meticulous clothing planning has paid off. Next, learn more about the stills released for the first time and the inspiration behind these shapes.

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