the maniacal costume designer behind \'the masked singer\' speaks
These are just a few brass-
Star in a hat in the fabulous thread of the Emmy-
The winning costume designer Toybina pier.
If it\'s hard for you to recognize some of the performers mentioned above, you\'re obviously not watching the sign contest for \"masked singers.
To be honest, you will be ashamed in this case.
According to a popular Korean series, Fox\'s singing contest is a bit scary but absolutely addictive, with a dozen celebrities disguised as someone you don\'t care at all-being best described as someone you don\'t care about
Body cross-species garb.
Every week, a variety of heavy-duty people gather in the studio audience and the famous-
When we are racking our brains in the humble audience at home to determine who the brave souls under the suit are, the group of people.
One by one, masked singers have been voted down, only in this way will their identity be disclosed.
However, the real star of the show is neither a respectful star --
Whether it\'s contestants or fairabout-to-be-has-
Member of the bench.
No, the real poachers are the whole body shell that turns their wearer into the biological part of Chuck E.
Cheese, high order, too much.
We want to thank Toybina (or curse)
Add these unforgettable things to our common cultural imagination. (
Really, no matter how hard you try, you won\'t forget the red one --
Once you get a glimpse of it, the eye rabbit in a straight jacket. )
In an interview with Huffington Post, she said she created the craziest American TV show ever.
How did you participate in the show?
I got a call from an executive producer who sent me a link to a Korean version of the show.
This is a very unique thing, not the same as anything I do on TV.
What do you think of the Korean version? I loved it.
I designed a lot of stage shows and dance TV shows so it was in my alley.
Seeing how great the Korean version is, I want to take it to a new level.
The costumes of this show are super level, dazzling and sometimes terrible.
In terms of the overall aesthetics of the program, what is your vision?
I want to do something that we are not used to seeing in real competition.
I have gained a lot of creative freedom from the Internet to create this world.
They asked me to paint my thoughts and show different characters from where we could choose 12.
What are some characters without clips?
I can\'t say if we play another season.
What impact do you have when you first dream about these creatures?
The film has a great impact, just as the rabbit was inspired by Donnie Daco.
I\'m a huge fan of the movie Crow-that\'s where the crow comes from.
We really guided the complexity of Alexander McQueen in the way of hand-made clothing, which is the architectural world of fashion design.
For me, the style of the show seems to be rooted in Carnival, steampunk, and music festival culture.
Do you have those cultural movements in your mind? Absolutely.
We want every garment to combine the elements of light, shade, roughness and gentleness.
There are many steampunk elements on the deer;
Everything is very distressed
It\'s a way to age clothing and create this ancestral world, and everything is painful.
The way we make clothes is like what I did for the musicians on the tour.
We put together dazzling concerts of different styles.
Do you have any rules to go in?
Like, cover up the whole celebrity inside?
In order not to expose any parts of the body or skin, we must make a full coverage.
This is the only note I get about the guidelines.
Have you tried to get rid of people by confusing the body form of celebrities with clothing?
Like making someone look taller or bigger than they actually are?
To be honest, this is not even my thought process.
In masks, these people become different things, and they become the world they wear.
I don\'t really want to make it so cautious.
We want to create a comfortable world for them.
The mask is more hidden than the full outfit.
The rest is the feeling of drama.
Did the contestants participate in their animal selection?
We started creating the model before the whole casting was completed.
When we create them, we find out who each character might be. It was a step-by-step situation.
So the audience trying to identify celebrities by representing the animals of celebrities will find the wrong tree?
Several players signed the contract early. they wanted to choose their own animals.
Later, some people came to our guide and thought they were perfect for some kind of clothing.
No one has ever raised the question of who they want to be or how they want to perform.
Looking back, no one else on the show will succeed.
Is there any clue in the costume about star status?
Is there anything from Margaret Joe?
What about the lion dog? Not really.
There may be little things if you really pay attention.
But most of the clues are in the promo.
Can I ask you a dress?
The conspiracy I read online? Sure.
On Reddit, it seems likely that a fan thinks the rabbit is Joey fat, and his straight jacket suggests his video \"I drive myself crazy \".
I wouldn\'t even think so!
The conspiracy is incredible.
This costume is entirely inspired by the creation of a cool character that is contrary to what people think the rabbit will be.
Most people think that rabbits are fluffy and cute like Easter rabbits.
Something I want is a little uncomfortable but super cool at the same time.
A little Tim Burton, a little Donnie Dako.
Can you accompany me through the process of making a unicorn, for she is glorious, my God.
Unicorns are generally such ethereal creatures.
I made sure everything was full.
White, a bit like the Snow Queen.
The presence of this beautiful woman is a bit of a Nanya influence.
Many of the costumes are inspired by runway fashion.
The whole thing is done from head to foot with your hands.
The curtains and handwork were done in an old style.
What is the overall budget for clothing?
We are in a good place.
I think one of the most important things for me is that the network understands that we need to get the quality we want to produce.
I have the full support of the network. Any estimate? I’m so curious.
I skipped this.
How many people are dedicated to making clothing and how long will it take?
It took me about three weeks to paint different characters and a few days to choose them.
The model started after that.
It took more than two months to make the costume and get ready for the accessories.
About 20 to 30 people are part of my team and work in three different venues.
Is the costume washed between the two episodes?
We have a wardrobe department so the clothing is disinfected, cleaned and processed.
Any signs of wear are fixed immediately.
Contestants sometimes comment on how hard it is to sing and even see it in costumes.
Did you put on your clothes yourself?
How do they feel?
I tried most masks.
When you wear a mask, everything starts to blur-sight and sound.
We have to create these complex characters, but let them perform, sing and breathe.
If the costume is cylindrical, like a monster or pineapple, we put a vent inside so that the person inside can breathe.
What about vision?
How hard is it to see?
We put the net there so they can see it without leaking people inside the mask.
It\'s hard when you\'re in the mask.
I am proud of the talent we can perform.
Is there a wardrobe failure on the set?
Because the clothing is handled very carefully, there is nothing important.
But there are few failures.
Like, we blow the horn of the unicorn in glass.
It starts to melt whenever she is in high heat.
At the end of the day, we realized that the more light we put on the horn, the more it melted.
What more adjustments do you need to make?
From the beginning, there was another monster.
He has a center eye.
Because it\'s plastic, the more he breathes in his costume, the more blurry it gets, so in the end he can\'t see anything.
We have to figure out how to open the vent so that oxygen can be discharged from the garment.
What happens to clothing after celebrities are revealed?
Now, there are all kinds of clothing on the Internet that they are used to promote.
I\'m not sure what will happen later.
It would be nice to see them in the museum, such as FIDM [
School of Fashion Design and Marketingcostume museum.
Lion masks, especially.
Are you surprised by the fanatic fans this show has won? So overwhelmed!
Sometimes I drove around the city and saw all the billboards and didn\'t know what was going on.
I have been a designer for a while, and this is the first time that clothing is considered to be at the heart of the show.
I\'m glad to see how much people like them.
I have seen some great reviews and some not so good ones.
But even so, people are looking at it very well.
Especially the furry community, have you seen any reaction? I haven’t yet.
We did see some clothing models in Asia.
Some people are trying to re-create them.
I am encouraged and excited about what fans around the world have done.