One of the things I look forward to in period dramas is the costuming. For years we have been treated to fashionable Regency-era finery in Jane Austen adaptations, but the new Masterpiece Classic series Poldark takes us into an earlier era in British history. Set in 1780’s provincial Cornwall, the main plot line revolves around the Poldark family, their neighbors and their tenants—supplying an array of characters from different social classes. Curious about the late Georgian clothing in Poldark, I asked costume designer Marianne Agertoft to joins us today for a Q & A.
LAN: Welcome Marianne.
MA: Hi Laurel Ann. Thank you so much for your interest in the costumes for Poldark.
It was a great and passionate journey for all of us in the costume team and it is wonderful that the work is being appreciated. Continue reading “Talking Frocks and Breeches with Poldark Costume Designer Marianne Agertoft”