WandaVision reveals inspiration for Monica Rambeau’s retro outfit


Monica Rambeau’s groovy sons in episodes three and four of WandaVision were a big hit among the fans. The costume designer from the hit Marvel show told Elle how they came up with the signature look. Those blue elements and flared fish pants were very striking, even cool enough that fans wondered if they were on sale somewhere after the episode premiered. Tricia Sawyer, the head of the makeup department, says they are not available for consumption in this regard. But, the whole ensemble was influenced by this blue makeup influenced by the period that Teyonah Parris rocked during her appearance in this episode. (Considering the fact that she doesn’t spend too much time in Westview after this, it’s a shame there hasn’t been more of her over the decades.)

“Those pants were everything!” exclaims Sawyer. “We went up to the costume department and [Rubeo] showed us the fabric because the pants weren’t made yet. I talked to [Parris’s] makeup artist [Regina Little] and suggested a bruise. She came up with this fantastic, vibrant blue and it was perfect. I want to drink it, such a beautiful color. “

Previously, the WandaVision star spoke to Collider about the differences between Monica and Geraldine. There’s a lot of period-specific fun in the series, and they wanted to make sure the previous version of the character was distinct.

“It was a very interesting ongoing conversation and process because I think we were all trying to figure out what that level looked like on camera. In your mind, in theory, you have an idea, but how it translates to the screen was definitely a balance, so there were times when Matt would tell me … it was a balancing act, “she told the site. “I think it was a sliding scale … I think the best way I tried to figure it out is almost like a fog, because when Monica brings it up when she gets her assessment, she’s like, it’s like I know what’s going on, but I couldn’t do anything. So for me, in my mind, the way I tried to deal with Wanda’s control is like a fog where you are aware, but you are unable to react. “

WandaVision is currently airing on Disney +. 2021 also brings The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which premieres on Disney + on March 19.

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