The Handmaid’s Tale” is again for season 5 with an evolving plot line that coincides with a recent method to costume design. Since its 2017 debut, the Hulu drama series has enlisted three completely different lead costume designers: Ane Crabtree, who created the authentic Gilead look with its pink caped clothes and white bonnet hats; Natalie Bronfman, who took the reins beginning with season three; and, most not too long ago, Leslie Kavanagh, who joined in season 5.

“I made a aware determination that June would by no means willingly put on pink once more — a design selection that was embraced by Elisabeth Moss.”

Though Kavanagh has by no means labored with Crabtree, she tells POPSUGAR she’ll nonetheless draw inspiration from her predecessor’s imaginative and prescient and construct on it as each season progresses. One method she is including to Crabtree’s sartorial legacy is by increasing the vary of textures, patterns, and colours to coincide with June (performed by Elisabeth Moss) embracing “freedom” in Canada. “In season 5, I continued to broaden on the Gilead aesthetic whereas additionally growing a transparent visible distinction for the forged and characters in Toronto,” Kavanagh explains to POPSUGAR.

One standout second is the funeral scene carried out in episode two, for which there have been over 500 background actors to decorate. Kavanagh was tasked with dreaming up a search for Serena that each highlighted her being pregnant and spoke to her character transition, and her workforce created a customized wardrobe that delivered.

Ahead, each Bronfman and Kavanagh break down the most memorable costume variations by means of season 5.

Additional reporting by Kara Kia

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