'Emma Corrin on the Costumes of ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’

the Costumes of ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’

The nearly

hundred-year-old source material for “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” once roused calls for censorship worldwide

DH Lawrence’s

novel, and now the new film (in theaters and streaming on Netflix Dec

2) explores

themes of class, relationships and sexual pleasure while remaining grounded in the time period of 1920s

Clifford Chatterley

(Matthew Duckett) and Connie (Emma Corrin) marry early in the film

Fryer recounts,

“There was a lot of conversation about the wedding dress!”

“That transition

from structured [to] free flowing spoke a lot about how we were figuring out Connie,”

As Connie

moves into the country with her husband, the London fashions eventually transition into an unquestionably

“There was

a see-through quality about them,” notes Fryer, “which helped with the journey of the story

“There was

a real sense of stripping back all these layers, the literal and metaphorical layers, she

The fabrics

included details like embroidery and lace, patterns and textures

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