There were “two things that struck” the costume designer Emma Potter About the reboot of “Perry Mason” on HBO, she reveals in her exclusive interview with Gold Derby about her work on the period Los Angeles play (watch the video above). She continues: “This idea that he’s a little disheveled all the time wlike something that interested me and also the idea that the city really needed to be its own character aAnd we would need to go into those background moments and really pick people and pay them almost increased attention, so that you can go by and see wWho is this person who walks by on the street or in the crowd in the courtroom and has an idea of who they are, where they are from and why they may have ended up here.
After moving from film to television with the 2019 season of “True Detective”, Potter claims her first Emmy nomination in the Best Period Costume category with the second “Chapter” submitted to portray the 1933 drama. She breaks down his selection for the academy exam, “You see the church first and you see the New Year’s celebration and you can also see World War I, wIt’s a whole different atmosphere and you spend time in downtown Los Angeles and all of those worlds – and introducing Sister Alice, as well as Birdy and Paul Drake – it was like the moment you could really see the world. whole that we were looking for. “
Potter also identifies the actress’ first stage dress Tatiana maslany as sister Alice McKeegan in the episode as Season 1’s Favorite Creation. She comments: “It’s not so much the color palette, but the shine of the clothes and the idea of the iridescent quality of the silks and satins she wears – these really stood out. and they were meant to stand out and reference Hollywood and the film industry and that aspect of Los Angeles.”
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