What is with Emily Gilmore and those jeans?
We know what you’re thinking: what is with Emily Gilmore and those jeans?
Gilmore Girls costume designer Brenda Maben recently gave all the dish to Vulture on how the character’s looks have evolved since you last saw them.
Lorelai is all business.
Well, not completely. But she has grown up a lot.
“I don’t want to say that she’s turning into her mom or anything like that, which is not the truth, but she’s just a teeny bit more sophisticated. I think she’s taken a bunch of really good trips to New York.”
Rory is quite fashionable.
“She’s traveled the world and she’s been hanging out with Logan a lot. He’s pretty worldly. He lives in England. She’s made a little bit of money, so she spent it on a good pair of shoes. They’re just a little higher end because I think that, being around her grandmother and her grandfather, she knows to buy the best and it will last.”
Brenda couldn’t say much, but she did explain, “It will all be crystal clear.”
Don’t worry though — Emily is still Emily. “You can take away almost everything, but she’s still going to be Emily Gilmore.”
Dean Looks hot.
“I do have to say that he looks fantastic. Oh, man. Oh, buddy”
Jess is super classy.
“He’s matured, as do we all. He likes button-up shirts. He is into leather.”
Logan is into the finer things in life.
Surprise, surprise, Logan’s “all about the handmade, custom-made suits, all about the cashmere sweater. He’s all about the good things.”
Luke hasn’t changed a bit.
Although Brenda did admit that they tried to mix things up, but it just didn’t feel right.
“There was a time where we didn’t put the hat on him and it just didn’t seem Luke-ish.”
You can currently stream Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life on Netflix.
Feature photo courtesy of Netflix.
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