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By Netflix “Do Revenge” – main actor Camila Mendes as Drea Torres and Maya Hawke as Eleanor Levetan – has all the touches of a classic teen revenge movie, but somehow it’s even better. The dark comedy, the poppy’s revenge, and even the redeemable mean girls are modernized and the costumes are just as appropriate.
“It found the balance of creating a 2022-like look while referencing or being influenced by that ’90s era.”
Created by a costume designer Alana Morshead“Do Revenge” costume pays homage to popular movies of the 90s and early 2000s, such as “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion,” “Clueless,” and “10 Things I Hate About You.” They also feel true to the style of today’s high schoolers and teenagers. “I love that it’s a new and fresh take on these teen movies but still feels really reminiscent of the movies we loved in the ’90s,” Morshead told POPSUGAR. “The great thing about fashion is that you can wear anything and make it your own. It’s found a balance between creating a 2022-like look while refering to or being influenced by that ’90s era – doesn’t exactly replicate what we saw 20 years ago.”
As for the queen bee, Drea, Morshead already has several pictures on her Pinterest board: Courtney Shayne (Rose McGowan) scenes in “Jawbreaker” and iconic supermodels in Music video for “Freedom! ’90” by George Michael, like Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, and Cindy Crawford. With input from Mendes, who Morshead says “would actually be a pretty cool fashion designer, if she wanted to do it,” Drea’s style mimics the late runway supermodel. The end of the 90’s. As for Eleanor, although Drea did her makeup, Morshead wanted to give her a personal style. Referring to young Twiggy and Goldie Hawn, Eleanor’s fashion is more varied, featuring playful patterns and warmer colors.
Morshead puts himself in the shoes of affluent students at Rosehill Country Day who may own designer items but are also trendsetters in their class. Browsing through Instagram for one-of-a-kind designs and scouring the internet for savings, the costume designer says it’s important for her to highlight small businesses and make the apparel relevant. suitable for viewers. “When the movie comes out, I want people to see it [the designers] up and discover new brands. “In the end, she introduced 10 to 15 small fashion companies in the movie, including Stickybaby, Chungawawaand Mighty company.
First, learn more style notes and tips from Morshead himself on dressing like “Do Revenge” characters, and shop for similar and exact items from the movie.