Zosia Mamet, Isaac Mizrahi, Jenn Rogien Debate the Highs and Lows of Fashion in TV
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Streaming and binge watching have pretty much wiped out destination viewing, but television's prismatic take on fashion carries on.
Isaac Mizrahi, “Girls” and “Orange Is the New Black” costume designer Jenn Rogien and actress and producer Zosia Mamet hashed out TV's influence on fashion and vice versa at the Paley Center for Media. WWD executive editor Bridget Foley moderated the “Ready-to-Watch: TV and Fashion” discussion Thursday night. Before diving into how societal and fashion trends seep into TV, the trio ran through what they're watching now - “Schitt's Creek,” “Victoria,” “The...
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