When Alana MorsheadFirst, read the script. RevengeShe was brought back to her youth by the memories. She recalled her childhood movies, including John Hughes classics and later teen hits like Jawbreaker, Clueless, Even better! Gossip Girl. “I immediately just wanted to watch those movies again and felt inspired [to create the Do Revenge outfits],”TZR is told by the costume designer. (For those who want a quick overview of the plot, the film, which was released by Netflix on Sept. 16, chronicles the scheme of two teenage girls to go after each other’s high school tormentors, incognito.) Morshead’s unique approach to dressing the young cast was to source pieces from smaller labels, especially those she found via social media, rather than buying them from major fashion houses.
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Morshead created a new, relatable, and fresh take on the typical teen dramedy fashion tropes by dressing Drea, Eleanor (Maya Hawke), Tara, and many others. Rosehill Country Day students are dressed in a uniform of capes in lilac and mint. This contrasts with the bland, navy and white palette of Manchester Prep. Cruel IntentionsAnother film Revenge seems to parallel), and there’s no sight of leather jackets à la Serena van der Woodsen or teensy hot pants, like the ones Julien Calloway wore in the Gossip Girl reboot.
The popular girls wear metallic jackets, but the characters also express themselves in small doses through accessories such as heart-shaped earrings, lacy socks and netted gloves in school. Morshead also brought the “bubblegum world”She took her formalwear and pool party outfits to new heights for the Senior Ring Ceremony dinner. Most of her purchases were from small, under-the radar brands she found on Etsy and Instagram. This was not only a nod to Gen Z’s penchant for shopping on the secondary market and from small, generally more affordable businesses, but also a reflection of Morshead’s personal desire to democratize fashion in TV and film.
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“You know when you look something up, and you’re like, ‘Ugh, great. It’s Chanel. I could never afford that.’ I wanted people to be able to attain the pieces in [Do Revenge]”Morshead: “I also understand what it’s like to know that you can do something or want someone to believe in you, because you don’t have the [industry] cred or the experience. So, when I see something cool, I’m like, “People should see this.”
Find a list of the small brands and products Morshead used in some of the film’s most memorable outfits, ahead.
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Before Eleanor’s makeover, the character expressed herself with graphics on her wardrobe like her “I Hate It Here”Intentionally Blank baseball cap Her “Models Suck” T-shirt, which also comes from the brand, payed homage to Naomi Campbell in Spike Lee’s Girl 6Morshead agrees.
MUAVES made Eleanor’s red satin headband in the makeover scene. It was an essential part of the classic teen film and one which parallels the transformation of Tai (played by Brittany Murphy) from tomboy into It girl. Clueless.)
Here, you’ll find a slew of yummy accessories, including the pearl necklace Allegra (Rachel Matthews) wore in the opening scene and the fruit loop necklace that Eleanor wore when she and Drea were laying in bed.
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Morshead claims that the popular girl jackets were made by The Mighty Company. “pink ladies feel.”The jackets had a thick, half-zip design and were only available in a handful of colors. The designer worked with the company on customizing them for the film.
To Eleanor’s birthday party, popular girl Meghan (Paris Berelc) wore a pair of jeans with red hearts from Stickybaby. Although denim didn’t seem to jive with the bubblegum aesthetic Morshead set out to create, these became an exception, she says, given the character’s “edgier”Compare the rest.
Like with dadybones, Morshead sourced several baubles from Chungawawa — namely, Eleanor’s earrings at Max’s pool party, her earrings at her surprise birthday party, and the ones she wore when she drives off with Drea at the end of the film. The necklace Drea wore to the end of the film. Teen Vogue video and Meghan’s earrings at Eleanor’s birthday party were Chungawawa, too.
3 Women crafted Eleanor’s embroidered two-piece set, which she wore when she kissed Gabbi (Talia Ryder) in the scene shown during the closing credits. 3 Women, as the company’s name suggests is a women-owned label. According to the website, the clothing line is locally and ethically manufactured by a small group of women using carefully curated vintage textiles.
RoseCut Clothing made Tara’s eight-ball two-piece suit, which she wore to Eleanor’s birthday party. “I initially wanted the eight-ball suit for Elliott, but they had to be re-cut for a man, and Jonathan [Daviss] hadn’t been cast yet,”Morshead:
Strawberry Festival’s pink sheer over-shirt Ariana (Francesca Reale), wore over a sparkling pink minidress in its opening party scene.
Miracle Eye made Eleanor’s floral overalls and hat ensemble, which she wore when they broke into the school farm. “[The founder Larissa B.] made a TikTok video showing her family the scene. Honestly, it was emotional. They couldn’t believe that the clothes were in this movie, and [I love that] I’m at a place where I can help other people and their businesses,”Morshead: