, 2022-11-14 16:14:00,
Tony Gilroy‘s critically acclaimed series Andor has transported audiences back to the five-year window of time before the tragic events of Rogue One, showcasing the journey that Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) went through to become the man that was willing to sacrifice his life to ensure the Death Star plans fell into the right hands. While Andor has focused on a whole ensemble cast of characters, Cassian has been the heart and soul of the series, with the last three episodes centered around his incarceration within an Imperial factory facility on Narkina 5. Across the ten episodes that have currently aired, Andor has shown a wide array of cultures, including the Dhani people on Aldhani, the industrious residents of Ferrix, and the lost people of Kenari. All of these vibrant communities were brought to life through the ingenious costume designs of Andor‘s costume designer Michael Wilkinson, who Collider had the opportunity to chat with ahead of the premiere of Episode 10.
During the conversation with Wilkinson, he spoke about how his earlier projects influenced his approach to Andor, how he carefully chose the colors, textures, and styles associated with each planet the series goes to, why he wasn’t able to utilize preexisting costuming to match Gilroy’s vision for the show, and how the wardrobe that each character wears is designed to conceal their true nature. Wilkinson also confirmed that he would be returning for Season 2, which is set to…
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