Fashion Historian Fact Checks HBO's The Gilded Age | Glamour

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    Fashion historian Raissa Bretaña fact checks the historical accuracy of the costumes from HBO's The Gilded Age. Watch as Raissa breaks down every facet of Bertha Russell and Agnes van Rhijn's wardrobes including afternoon wear, undergarments, ballgowns and makeup.
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Aisha ✌🏽 +299
Aisha ✌🏽

What I particularly love about this series is that the costumers weren't afraid to have characters wear clothes twice, which felt much more accurate

2 месяца назад
Just Lisa +2
Just Lisa

Definitely agree!

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Maxine Zook +63
Maxine Zook

It really showed how angry Agnes was when she crossed the street at 6:32 Despite going outdoors she did not bother putting on her hat & gloves first, she just stomped right out!

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Charles Moser +86
Charles Moser

I have a background in production design(not specifically costumes/fashion) but I love these historical analysis of costumes. Also...Raissa is so cool!

2 месяца назад
Adam Romero
Adam Romero

Without analyzing why this was "required"

2 месяца назад
Matthew K +62
Matthew K

I LOVED this show!! The outfits were stunning- truly a treat for the eyes

2 месяца назад
Caz +19
Caz

I love it when costume designers use existing garments in museums as a template. It's so interesting to see the pieces worn on an actual person, in a context similar to the one they might have been worn in originally.

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Livia Marques +46
Livia Marques

LOVE Raissa and I loved the costumes on this show - looking at the people in the background is interesting enough in every scene. I always love it when period dramas do colorful and exciting fabrics.

2 месяца назад
Anony M +16
Anony M

Can you please do this for the costume shown in ''Die Kaiserin'' about empress Elizabeth of Austria? I think it would be very interesting to hear your take on it!

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Brightfox's Den +1
Brightfox's Den

The costuming is a fantasy version of the styles worn in the mid-1850s. This is supposed to be a historical drama; so, why is the costuming not historically accurate? It's the only thing that I don't like about the series. ~ Anastacia in Cleveland

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Yoyo Traveller +3
Yoyo Traveller

The costumes and hair styles in Die Kaiserin are generally very inaccurate to the point of being jarring to see when you've got a background in historical dress.

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Berenice Dorantes +21
Berenice Dorantes

I'm obsessed with these types of videos! Raissa is so articulate and knowledgable, I hope we get more soon.

2 месяца назад
iyakin +35
iyakin

Raissa back at it again with matching her outfits with the films look 💗💗💗💗💗💗💗💗

2 месяца назад
Pablo joel Aban +32
Pablo joel Aban

This is what the met gala should have looked like

2 месяца назад
Justin Williams +2
Justin Williams

The whole point was to do modern interpretations that evoked that, which many people did. Designers obviously aren't going to create stuffy 1870s gowns that cost 50 thousand dollars to make... They are going to create something which reflect their brands and or the people for which they are designing. The House of Worth exists again and should have sponsored someone for the event and created something but to my knowledge, I don't think they did. Not a single major person was wearing Worth. Billie Eilish was best dressed IMO.

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Pablo joel Aban +5
Pablo joel Aban

Yes I am sill mad about that

2 месяца назад
Elizabeth Phillips +14
Elizabeth Phillips

One of the things I noticed was that they didn't always wear corset covers and there was a line at the top of the corset showing through on the bodices.

2 месяца назад
Just Lisa +7
Just Lisa

I noticed that too. But better to have missed a corset cover than the Tudor era dramas that pretty much never put the main female characters in shifts or chemises. No wonder those actresses always complain about how uncomfortable corsets are! They’re on bare skin!

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Pokhraj Roy +5
Pokhraj Roy

Omg I loved the series! I’m a huge fan of these Costume Breakdown videos.

2 месяца назад
Heather Riley +7
Heather Riley

I LOVE these videos! Keep them coming!

2 месяца назад
Markus Fuchs
Markus Fuchs

I've been watching The Gilded Age alongside 1883. The contrasts are astounding. Not just the difference between the rich and the poor.. That existed in New York City alone. But the comparison of "civilized" New York versus the frontier towns, and especially the wilderness beyond.

5 дней назад
Mrs. G. +2
Mrs. G.

I wish I could watch the Gilded Age series, but I don't have a cable subscription. Maybe when it comes out on DVD and the local library has copies I can borrow. The costumes and surroundings are complete "eye-candy"!

Месяц назад
Maria Shelly +1
Maria Shelly

I had to wait until I could get the first season DVD on ebay for $19. It may be a few dollars less on Amazon, but I boycott them.

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Gemstone Sparkle +12
Gemstone Sparkle

Love so much this! Please do Gentleman Jack and BBC's 1995 Pride and Prejudice.

2 месяца назад
Trey Capnerhurst +1
Trey Capnerhurst

"Whores rouge, ladies pinch" (hard enough to break a few blood vessels for the rosy cheek look) was still touted in the 80's when I grew up. Visible make up was a hard won privilege by the end of the 70's.

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D M +5
D M

Berthas dress at the ball stood out more than everyone. Maybe that is why they chose that dress

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MBW W +4
MBW W

Depth of knowledge here is amazing. Kudos.

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Jen Lambie +2
Jen Lambie

Raisa's gorgeous manicure worthy of a shoutout 💅 too❗️

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Ingrid Aguero
Ingrid Aguero

man, they've should've done Peggy. She's has my favorite costumes

23 дня назад
Tamela Casey +6
Tamela Casey

In the 1880s that old and new money was still in the war of social status within the class as well as style of fashion since in the mid-1870s.

2 месяца назад
Just Lisa
Just Lisa

I watched a different video looking at characters that were real and based on real people. I hadn’t realized that the Russells, especially Bertha, were based on the Vanderbilts. The old man had built the family fortunes in the mid-1800s already and the Russell family was based on his son! How was that considered “new” money? And the showdown between Bertha and Caroline Astor (mother) was absolutely based on the same showdown Mrs Astor had with Alva Vanderbilt.

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slay list +1
slay list

it sounds so painful to change *those* type of clothings at least 4 times a day 😭

5 дней назад
Tiffany Sollog +1
Tiffany Sollog

Amazing attention to detail. ❤

Месяц назад
GMAMEC +1
GMAMEC

The make up standards didn’t change for quite a while. My great-grandfather gave my mother a hard time when she used blush. He thought it was for prostitutes.

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Brandy Loutherback +8
Brandy Loutherback

The late 1870s/early 1880s is known as the Natural Form era, FYI.

2 месяца назад
Amber Anderton +3
Amber Anderton

Imagine wearing all of this in New York in the summer.

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Anna-Alicia +1
Anna-Alicia

It’s a lot but it was much cooler back then.

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Dianne Peters
Dianne Peters

I can't imagine wearing all of it in the WINTER, let alone summer!

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Tyler Stevermer
Tyler Stevermer

Please please please do an analysis of The Empress 🙏🏻 I need it 😩

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Emthe20something +3
Emthe20something

13:27 keeping two fashion seasons behind. That's so interesting!

2 месяца назад
Sylvia Grice +18
Sylvia Grice

Suggestions for the next episode Hairspray (1988) To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) The Music Man (1962) The Journey For Natty Gann (1985) That 70s Show Remember the Titans (2000)

2 месяца назад
Vanessa K. Allmon
Vanessa K. Allmon

Definitely Hairspray (1988) !

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Francesca
Francesca

Oh I beg you guys do a video on Don’t Worry Darling. It’s killing me how inaccurate the costumes seem and I can’t find anything online about it.

21 день назад
SweetLorikeet
SweetLorikeet

I really wish that they'd had a much lighter hand with the makeup in this show, they put in a lot of effort with the clothes and hair but then the makeup felt really out of place, especially on the Old Money matriarchs.

Месяц назад
A C
A C

Yay! I love her videos!

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Cassandra Ralph +5
Cassandra Ralph

With all due respect, the high class women of gilded age may have had enough clothes, etc, servants to attend to their every needs, and beautiful large houses and so on, but they lived severely restricted lives controlled by their husbands and their (often tenuous) place within their society. Personally I would not want to be like them. However Raissa does an excellent job of explaining fashion history. 👏

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Danira Hernández +5
Danira Hernández

Yeeeees I really really want a video of The Gilded Age I so happyyy

2 месяца назад
Mannat Sood +1
Mannat Sood

Can you make one about Anne with an E and Enola Holmes

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Dree Taylor
Dree Taylor

My show! 😍

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J.R. Taylor
J.R. Taylor

Can you please do this with hairspray 2007

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Justin Williams +2
Justin Williams

I still do not understand why they didnt just make them the Vanderbilts etc... if the Astors are actually portrayed, why not?

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Justin Williams
Justin Williams

@Dana Glabeman Then is the Crown just a case of the royals being above suing over the same concept of 'legacy'?

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Dana Glabeman
Dana Glabeman

@Just Lisa I'm curious to see how far into the real mess between Alva and her daughter the second season goes into with the story of Bertha and Gladys. At one point, Alva told Consuelo that if she continued to refuse the Duke of Marlborough, she would order an assassination on Consuelo's sweetheart. Then later, after there were children and she knew her grandson would be a Duke, she willingly and even cheerfully admitted to every horrible thing she had done to force Consuelo into marriage at the Marlborough's divorce trial.

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Just Lisa
Just Lisa

@Dana Glabeman, I’m not surprised. He might have run into that by using a real historical family for the Van Rijns too. I do appreciate though that he used the real feud between Alva Vanderbilt and Caroline Astor for the series.

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Dana Glabeman +2
Dana Glabeman

The Vanderbilts still have a great deal of legal control over "legacy" and the power to decide what that means. Fellowes was getting caught in lots of red tape trying to get approval for the parts he wanted to sensationalize/ fictionalize, and he avoided all of it by making them technically "fictional" characters.

Месяц назад
Ryanmanification +1
Ryanmanification

I didn’t recognise Christine Baransky without or with less make-up

2 месяца назад
Jessica Victoria Carrillo +3
Jessica Victoria Carrillo

Minx, Julia, Mrs America, all 3 seasons of ACS (Johnnie Cochran, Marcia Cross, Versace, Monica Lewinsky), Pen 15

2 месяца назад
Tyman Ung +1
Tyman Ung

However, what did majority of farmers + workers wear ?

Месяц назад
Justin Williams
Justin Williams

the same stuff they wore in the previous decades.

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Espurr Lady
Espurr Lady

Fun video!!

Месяц назад
Miss Vee
Miss Vee

I wish they’d do away with the scribble sounds, it’s like nails on a chalkboard

Месяц назад
Bayu Rafiki
Bayu Rafiki

What about bertha russell red cape when she goes to academy of music??😢

Месяц назад
Syed Mazhar Hasan +14
Syed Mazhar Hasan

I liked the costumes, but the fashion history nerd inside me did not enjoy it that much. They really need to step up their bustle game. I wanted to see more ugly bangs too. I honestly thought that Bertha Russell looked more "I am ready for my Oscar in Christian Lacroix" than 1880s. Mrs Chamberlain looked more 1890s actually, with her puffy sleeves. I guess they wanted to emphasize their out of place demeanour by making them look like time travellers. Some of the hair and accessories were not accurate either. Marian's neck ribbons made her look 10 years out of fashion. The hats with giant feathers looked more 1890s as well. The scene with Aunt Agnes's dressmaker really ticked me. Why would she lie about the bustles getting smaller? Didn't she see the fashion plates? I was honestly laughing. Overall, I would give the costumes a solid 8/10. Good, but could have been more consistent.

2 месяца назад
patsy t +5
patsy t

I saw a visible zipper in the first episode and was appalled.

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Yank1620 +1
Yank1620

Details of going to the bathroom and menstruation?

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Alicia Costello
Alicia Costello

See Abby Cox's channel. She's done seperate videos on both of these.

Месяц назад
Papa Ireng CB +1
Papa Ireng CB

Good night my friend Nice video. Thank for sharing my friend 🥰

2 месяца назад
Anna Stevens +2
Anna Stevens

Describing the era as "a more glamorous age" feels rather ingenuous to me? The equivalent slice of society today are still wearing designer garments, expensive jewellery and consuming conspicuously in all other respects. They're even still using boned bodices and shapewear to make their highly tailored clothing fit how they want!

Месяц назад
Camilo RM
Camilo RM

Horrid show!

Месяц назад
IntheCiTY +2
IntheCiTY

The fact that white women been wearing padding to look how black women naturally does. Is sending me 😂 no wonder they were racists. I’d be mad too!

Месяц назад
Fiona O'Keefe +1
Fiona O'Keefe

Every time I see these period shows I’m just🙄cuz I’m like BIPOC were not even in the picture back then! Everything was different back then and incredibly hard! It’s like when they asked a Nia Long what character would she have been back during Downton Abbey and she’s like, a slave! The interviewer was shocked but Nia was right and these period dramas never portray the reality of life for BIPOC back then! So really don’t give a toss over these pretentious stuffy pepper outfits!

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