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The Hollywood ReporterThe Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter Emmy Special Issue 21B June 2019

The all-new Hollywood Reporter offers unprecedented access to the people, studios, networks and agencies that create the magic in Hollywood. Published weekly, the oversized format includes exceptional photography and rich features.

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the hollywood reporter

Matthew Belloni EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Alison Brower DEPUTY EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Shanti Marlar EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR Tom Seeley DEPUTY EDITORIAL DIRECTOR, DIGITAL MEDIA Sudie Redmond EXECUTIVE MANAGING EDITOR Stephen Galloway EXECUTIVE EDITOR, FEATURES Jennifer Martin Laski PHOTO & VIDEO DIRECTOR Jeanie Pyun DEPUTY EDITOR Erik Hayden NEWS DIRECTOR Lacey Rose EXECUTIVE EDITOR, TELEVISION David Katz EXECUTIVE EDITOR, ARTICLES EDITOR-AT-LARGE Kim Masters FILM DEPUTY FILM EDITOR Tatiana Siegel • SENIOR FILM WRITERS Borys Kit, Pamela McClintock TECH EDITOR Carolyn Giardina • STAFF WRITER, FILM Mia Galuppo • INTERNATIONAL FILM EDITOR Deborah Young TELEVISION TELEVISION EDITOR, EAST COAST Marisa Guthrie • TELEVISION EDITOR, WEST COAST Lesley Goldberg • SENIOR WRITER, TELEVISION Michael O’Connell TELEVISION WRITERS Rick Porter, Bryn Elise Sandberg • MEDIA & POLITICS WRITER Jeremy Barr REVIEWS REVIEWS EDITOR Jon Frosch • CHIEF FILM CRITIC Todd McCarthy • CHIEF TELEVISION CRITICS Tim Goodman, Daniel Fienberg • CHIEF THEATER CRITIC David…

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how netflix can avoid self-defeat

This Emmy season, Netflix has the best sort of problem a TV platform can have: It has so many high-caliber and popular shows, it boasts one serious contender in nearly every category and, in some categories, so many that they could end up boxing out one another. This is the result of Netflix’s multibillion-dollar investment in original content — it planned 700 original shows for 2018 — as it strives to fortify itself against the progression of existing competitors (like Amazon and Hulu) and rise of new ones (Disney+ and Apple). Netflix is still seeking its first drama, comedy or limited series Emmy victory — and this year it will have a lot of shots. Among comedies, it has past nominees GLOW, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Arrested Development and formidable rookies…

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costumes, coast to coast

Do New Yorkers really wear head-to-toe black? Are all Angelenos bohemian? Is Washington, D.C., really just about the power suit? Costume designers for top series set in D.C., Manhattan and SoCal try to nail the local style beyond the outrageous stereotypes — though that’s not to say that Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) in Russian Doll doesn’t lean toward black or that Grace and Frankie’s Frankie (Lily Tomlin) doesn’t love her California caftans. “That’s one of the first things I ask when I get to do a show or a pilot — I’m like, ‘Where is it set?’ ” says Allyson Fanger of Netflix’s Grace and Frankie. “It informs the way that people express, in color and mood.” Costume designer Hala Bahmet agrees, saying she takes the location, geography and climate into consideration with…

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d.c. detour

Costume designers for House of Cards and Veep agree that Washington, D.C., is only beginning to embrace fashion, trailing more chic cities like New York and L.A. But for Cards’ Kemal Harris and Veep’s Kathleen Felix-Hager, the job wasn’t to mimic the current trends of everyday political staffers in D.C., but to envision the bold wardrobes of their respective leading ladies — President Claire Underwood on Netflix’s drama (which ended after its sixth season) and VP Selina Meyer on the HBO comedy (which ended after its seventh). “With the proximity of Washington, D.C., to New York City, you’d think that they’d be part and parcel, but I had a glamorized version in my mind of what the West Wing style was like,” Harris says. “But when I really did start to research…

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southern california

The San Diego setting of Netflix’s Grace and Frankie manifests itself most blatantly in Grace’s (Jane Fonda) beach cashmere looks, says Allyson Fanger. She buys most of the coastal costumes in Santa Monica or Malibu — Grace’s sweaters have been from California-based label Margaret O’Leary since the pilot episode. In later seasons, Grace starts getting playful with printed shirts, custom-made by Fanger using archival Carolina Herrera fabrics. For Sol (Sam Waterston), Fanger goes to a store called Malibu Lifestyles for linen and drawstring pants: “I literally cannot find those anywhere in L.A. unless I go to the beach.” This spring, she was visiting Palm Springs and spotted a shirt for Sol, so she bought 10. “They’re like my children,” she explains. “I think about them all the time.” To fit Frankie’s (Lily…

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new york

Having background actors from New York made it easier to use shorthand when building the authentic city style in Netflix’s Russian Doll. “We did give notes along the lines of ‘Dress for a Bushwick loft party opening, PS1 MoMA event’ with very specific New York art scene references,” says designer Jennifer Rogien of the hip, red-tinted aesthetic of Nadia’s (Natasha Lyonne) birthday party. Since Rogien lives in New York, she was able to absorb the look of the city on a daily basis to envision the wardrobe of Nadia, who dies and relives the same day over and over. “She’s a New York woman. She’s not in a car. She isn’t a fashion chaser,” Rogien says. “She lives on the Lower East Side. She’s lived there forever. She’s sort of a…

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