Academy Award-winning costume designer Alexandra Byrne has been responsible for some of the best period costumes we have ever seen. Her work ranges from Kenneth Branagh’s “Hamlet” in 1996 to her Oscar-winning work in “Elizabeth: The Golden Age” in 2007 and now, she has given us the outfits of Autumn de Wilde‘s directorial debut, “Emma.” Alexandra was kind enough to spend some time talking with us about her work on the film, how the outfits fit the characters, which costumes were her favorite and more! Take a listen down below and enjoy!
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