Mean Girls Costume Designer Breaks Down Lindsay Lohan's Costumes | Vanity Fair

Oct 03, 2019 20:25

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Costume Designer Mary Jane Fort, the designer for the original 2004 film, "Mean Girls" breaks down some of Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Rachel McAdams' most iconic looks in the film. From "on Wednesdays, we wear pink" to the Christmas pageant scene, Mary explains her concepts and inspirations for each design.

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fashion, lindsay lohan, 2000s

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tucker October 3 2019, 19:03:41 UTC
Thanks for posting this so I don’t have to lol

I remember loving the costumes so much when I watched this when I was a young teen, I lived for Lindsay’s outfit during her big slow motion hallway and walk (and pass that Dutch was used so well in the movie lol)

I haven’t watched this in years but I should soon, I always enjoy it. I used to work with this girl and we would quote the entire movie to each other (sorry to our other co workers...)

We always text on oct 3rd even though it’s been years since we last saw each other

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jarellano89 October 3 2019, 19:08:01 UTC
I wonder how seeing this makes lindsay feel, especially cause it's like a reminder of what could've been.

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vespertinev October 3 2019, 19:14:28 UTC
The costume design in this movie is not that great tbh

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misspinkkate October 3 2019, 20:11:52 UTC
HOW DARE they are iconic

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electric_lemur October 3 2019, 20:15:08 UTC
Right, the outfits were boring as hell

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croutonochrist October 3 2019, 20:18:17 UTC
I mean, how else do you dress suburban high school kids in the early 00s?

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krissasaur October 3 2019, 19:19:13 UTC
Did she put her lipstick on in the dark?

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anydoppelganger October 3 2019, 19:33:22 UTC
I can't believe the movie is 15 years old now .____.
I'm looking forward to the 00s fashion revival and digging out my low-rise jeans from high school. jk as if I could still fit in them anymore lol

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electric_lemur October 3 2019, 20:14:09 UTC
Remember when everyone who bent down had to hold the back of their jeans up?

They only functioned while standing.

We even cut the loops off with the whole damn top of the jeans. Literally nothing to hang onto.

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anydoppelganger October 3 2019, 23:11:36 UTC
I thought people liked to pair them with thongs so that when you sat down, everyone could see your underwear and that was the lewk~
"We even cut the loops off with the whole damn top of the jeans" omg :o that's next level!

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sluttyroyals October 3 2019, 20:40:20 UTC
All fun and games until someone manages to bring the scene queens look back, though.

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