It’s been ten years since the movie “The Devil Wears Prada” flickered across the big screen. Newly graduated college graduate Andy Sachs ( Anne Hathaway ) takes on a job as second assistant to Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep), the icy and very demanding editor-in-chief of leading fashion magazine Runway.
1. Donna Karan created the look of Miranda Priestly
After first meeting Meryl Streep, costume designer Patricia Field instantly envisioned the designs of Donna Karan: her designs are simple, flattering, and they emphasize waist and shoulders without being extravagant. Her clothes were the basis for Miranda’s look.
2. Andy Sachs is a real Chanel girl
When Patricia contacted Field Chanel to give them the script, they were immediately impressed with Andy’s character. Chanel wanted to be a part of the film, after all, the fashion company should address a new target group: young, fashion-conscious women.
3. The costume designer let her contacts play
To get the coat of Miranda Priestly, Patricia had her contacts play: An old friend from Russia had opened a new showroom in New Yorkand made her the unique mega coat available. Patricia Field stated: “When it comes to expensive high-fashion labels, you need good contacts and especially friends. You can not do a good movie with H & M clothes. ”
4. Emily Blunt was the biggest fashion girl on the set
Actress Emily Blunt loved all the clothes and accessories she was given. It also suited her role perfectly because, according to Patricia Field, her character was the first assistant of the most fashionable of all.
5. Stanley Tucci helped the costumes understand his movie characters
“He made a big compliment to us in an interview when he said when he went to his first fitting, he did not really have a picture of his character in mind. But after he finished the fitting, he knew exactly who to play, “says Patricia Field.