By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

Solo Costume Designers Glynn Dillon and Dave Crossman On Dressing Lando And Han

“Our main influence was more Hendrix, Marvin Gaye, and James Brown. The main concentration was getting Donald looking good in the black cape and the yellow shirt, because the story demanded that was gonna be his main costume throughout.  The whole Lando’s closet thing grew. In the end we made around 30 capes for that room, probably around 30 shirts, 20 scarves, lots of footwear and accessories. The general thing was to make it luxurious as possible. All his available money has gone to his clothing.”
Solo Costume Designers Glynn Dillon and Dave Crossman On Dressing Lando And Han

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