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New Interview with Terry Dresbach from TV Line   Leave a comment


From TV Line:

The scenes set in Outlander‘s grimy, emotionally gutted Jacobite army encampment in last Saturday’s episode drove home an important visual point: Paris, with all of its stunning silks and satins, is very far away indeed.

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The Artistry of Outlander – An Exhibit of Costumes and Set Design   3 comments

Paley Fest LA Exhibit opens 6/8 and runs through 8/14

Outlander fans, come to the Paley Center and step into 18th century Parisian society, where you will be able to view actual set pieces from Outlander production, life-size episodic photography, and behind-the scenes video segments.

**Admission is free and open to the public**
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Posted June 6, 2016 by in Outlander

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New Interview with Terry Dresbach from ELLE Magazine   2 comments


From ELLE:

By now you’ve likely gotten an eyeful of the famed “swan dress” (yep, that’s it, above right), the racy couture creation first imagined in Diana Gabaldon’s cult-loved Outlander books and worn by Madame Nesle de la Tourelle (Kimberly Smart) on the acclaimed Starz drama. The sophomore season of the breakout hit has brought to life many of the author’s most beloved sartorial moments—Claire Fraser’s (Caitriona Balfe) plunging scarlet gown and saffron petticoat and Claire Sermonne’s (Louise de Rohan) seafoam nipple-baring corset, among them—thanks to celebrity-in-her-own-right costume designer Terry Dresbach. Here, the woman behind “the least patriarchal costumes on television” reveals ten things you never knew about recreating 18th century Parisian fashion, modern day red carpets, and what goes into making historically accurate nipple clamps that would make even a KarJenner blush:

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