Carnival Row – S2 Episode 30
Fairy Tale Romance Month is taking a darker turn as we take a trip to Carnival Row, a place where creatures are forbidden to live, love, or fly with freedom. Listen along as our cohosts dive into the costumes by designer Joanna Eatwell and the various period costumes, fairy wing prosthetics, exciting color schemes, and Orlando Bloom’s fine self!
The Art of Costume Blogcast
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Show Notes: Carnival Row, Season 1
Behind the Wardrobe:
Series Creators: Travis Beacham, Rene Echevarria
Costume Designer: Joanna Eatwell
Notable Work: The Paradise (2012) Wolf Hall (2015 – Emmy Nomination) Taboo (2017) The Miniaturist (2017) Beecham House (2019) A Christmas Carol (2019) Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021) Carnival Row (2019 – Emmy Nomination)
The Burgish Army and Fae of Tournaknock
The Officers of the Constabulary
Afissa & The Servants of the Burg
Quill & The Pucks of the Burg
Tourmaline & The Fae of the City
Mima Blodwen & Haruspex
Imogen Spurnrose & Ezra Spurnrose
Absalom Breakspear & Piety Breakspear
Jonah Breakspear & Sophie Longerbane
Want to know more? Check out our sources.
Backstage Staff. “Why a Character’s Backstory Is Crucial for Costume Designers Like Joanna Eatwell of ‘Carnival Row.’” Backstage, 2 July 2020, http://www.backstage.com/magazine/article/costume-designer-career-advice-joanna-eatwell-amazon-70996/.
Carnival Row Season 1 Featurette ‘Using the Power of Makeup’ , Amazon Prime Video, 30 Aug. 2019, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Yk7DN_U_V0. Accessed 21 Feb. 2022.
Carnival Row – Behind the Row: Costumes and Fashion | Prime Video, Amazon Prime Video, 10 Sept. 2019, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLOaGtAsGZQ. Accessed 21 Feb. 2022.
Nguyen, Jason, director. Into Carnival Row: Make-Up, Hair, & SFX of Carnival Row | Episode 3, Nerdist , 31 Aug. 2019, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54y8cYH0aOg.
Pierce-Bohen, Kayleena. “Carnival Row: 10 behind the Scenes Facts Most People Don’t Know.” ScreenRant, 14 Sept. 2019, screenrant.com/carnival-row-behind-the-scene-facts/.
One response to “Carnival Row- The Art of Costume Blogcast”
So happy to see someone giving this show some costume love! Just one quick thing, though–the fae homeland’s name is spelled “Tirnanoc” in this setting.