Janie Bryant on how she came work on Deadwood as the costume designer; on her inspiration for the costumes from the film "McCabe and Mrs. Miller"
Janie Bryant on achieving the "dirty" look for the costumes on Deadwood; on the inspiration for the costumes
Janie Bryant on how many of the costumes were made rather than rented for Deadwood; on the costume budget for the show
Janie Bryant on winning an Emmy for her costume design on Deadwood and what made the costumes stand out
Janie Bryant on how she was hired as the costume designer on Mad Men and on working with the show's creator, Matthew Weiner
Janie Bryant on her inspiration for the costumes on Mad Men and how she researched the period; on her collaboration with series creator Matthew Weiner
Janie Bryant on working with series creator Matthew Weiner on Mad Men and his passion for the show and their collaborative process; on the production schedule
Janie Bryant on the secrecy of Mad Men's story lines and plot points
Janie Bryant on the production schedule on Mad Men for costumes
Janie Bryant on her role as the costume designer for Mad Men and the attention to detail on the show
Janie Bryant on her costume designs for each character on Mad Men starting with "Don Draper"
Janie Bryant on the costume design for the Mad Men character "Peggy Olson"
Janie Bryant on the costume design for the Mad Men character "Betty Draper" - "It's about peeling the onion"
Janie Bryant on the costume design for the Mad Men character "Joan Harris"
Janie Bryant on the costume design for the Mad Men character "Roger Sterling"
Janie Bryant on the costume design for the Mad Men character "Megan Draper"
Janie Bryant on the costume design for the Mad Men character "Sally Draper"
Janie Bryant on some of the most challenging costume designs for Mad Men and her favorite episodes
Janie Bryant on how Mad Men has influenced fashion style
Janie Bryant on why Mad Men is a hit show
Janie Bryant takes us on a tour of the Mad Men costume shop; she shows us each character's "closet" and specific costumes from episodes of the show, how the closets are organized and her process for selecting or designing costumes; she begins with "Megan Draper"'s character and how she dresses similarly to her husband "Don Draper"
Janie Bryant shows us "Megan Draper's" dress from Season 5 of Mad Men and her gown from the Codfish Ball
Janie Bryant on the importance of lingerie in the Mad Men costume department
Janie Bryant on "Don Draper's" costumes; she shows us items from his "closet" in her Mad Men costume shop
Janie Bryant on the label found inside one of "Don Draper's" suits and what it says
Janie Bryant on "Peggy Olsen's" costumes and how Mad Men repeats costumes making it more true to what the characters would have done
Janie Bryant on "Betty Draper's" costumes from Mad Men and how she was influenced in her design by Grace Kelly
Janie Bryant on "Betty Draper's" costumes from Mad Men and how she once had to stitch actress January Jones into an outfit in a hurry; on Betty's weight gain