Southwest Region: Costuming Regency-Era Adaptations (Virtual)
Bridgerton and Beyond
Emmy award-winning costumer Ellen Mirojnick oversaw the creation of 5,000 costumes for Bridgerton, a worldwide phenomenon in which clothing played a starring role. With moderator Deborah Nadoolman Landis, she will discuss the ideas and issues behind creating costumes for Regency-era adaptations.
Ms. Mirojnick, an alumna of the Parsons School of Design, has worked for numerous prominent filmmakers and has lectured the Directors' Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, among many others. (Endearingly, she's wearing a replica of Jane Austen's ring in her headshot.) Ms. Landis is a costume designer, historian, and endowed chair holder at UCLA's School of Theater, Film, and Television. Her costuming credits include Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Blues Brothers, and Coming to America.
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