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Daisy Jones and The Six are already giving us 70’s fashion inspo

Daisy Jones and The Six are already giving us 70’s fashion inspo

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A secret reference to Elvis

There’s no denying that music runs through Riley’s veins. After all, she’s the granddaughter of rock legends Elvis and Priscilla Presley and the daughter of musicians Lisa Marie and Danny Keough. And while the costume designer said it “must be tough coming from that legacy,” Riley was able to separate her real-life background from the character.

“Riley has her own style and she’s really managed to be her own honest, authentic self,” shared Denise. “And she brought that into the character. That’s Daisy.”

However, Denise pays homage to Elvis in a subtle but special way for Riley.

“I met a woman, Love Melody, who was designing clothes in the ’60s and sewing two jumpsuits for Elvis,” Denise revealed. “And I had her make two lovely long coats for Riley – one in rust colored leather and one in patchwork denim. I thought it was important to bring something back from that time.”

She added, “And I think Riley was touched.”

The Influences

Where exactly did Denise get her inspiration from? Well, for one thing, she’s watched a lot of ’70s documentaries, including The Last Waltz.

“I said to Josh Whitehouse, who plays Eddie, I was like, ‘You’re Robbie Robertson. You have to see this movie,'” she shared on The Band’s widely acclaimed concert documentary. “For Suki Waterhouse, who plays Karen, I channeled Patti Smith and Suzi Quatro. For Riley, we started with the early Linda Ronstadt.”

“The only reference I really cared about was Bruce Springsteen for Sam Claflin, who plays Billy Dunn,” Denise explained. “I felt like Billy was a character who stayed true to his roots and didn’t let fame get him. And I’ve always felt that way about Springsteen, he’s managed to carry that legacy throughout his career.”

She admitted she felt horrible for Sam because “while I was dressing everyone else in these fabulous leather jackets and fur coats,” she recalled, “he would be like, ‘Another denim shirt, thanks.’ He had a whole shelf of blue denim and for his bow he chose black denim.”

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