How Claire Underwood the Became the Best-Dressed Woman on TV

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Isabel Jones

Jun 14, 2017 @ 2:45 pm
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House of Cards‘ fifth season dropped on Netflix in late May, signaling an implied race to the finish line for the nation’s most drama-hungry viewers. Many questions lingered following the fourth season’s final episode, but one, in particular, kept us hungrily awaiting the series’ next installment: WWCW (What Will Claire Wear?)

The show’s leading lady, Claire Underwood (Robin Wright), is perhaps one of the most iconic female characters in recent times—between her icy demeanor and her impeccable pencil skirts, one can’t help but find themselves fascinated by the cunning [Claire’s Title]—no spoilers here!

We spoke to Claire’s HoC costume designer, Kemal Harris, who gave us a bit of aesthetic insight into Wright’s complex (and wildly stylish) counterpart.

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Read on to find out more about the inspiration behind Claire’s signature style.

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