The Craft: Legacy Costume Designer Avery Plewes | Interview


THE CRAFT: LEGACY, from left: Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, Cailee Spaeny, Zoey Luna, 2020.  Columbia Pictures / Courtesy Everett Collection

The Craft: Legacy is an impressive act to follow. While the magic of the original ’90s classic is unmatched, the newest addition to The Craft film series is a modern take on the teen witch story. Beyond themes of embracing personal power and stepping into womanhood, director Zoe Lister-Jones’s sequel explores intersectionality and elemental magic — reflected in the coven’s contemporary style, which was created by costume designer Avery Plewes.

“I think it’s a spiritual process for a lot of people,” Plewes told POPSUGAR when asked what magic means to her. “Magic is about embracing your power within and sort of getting in touch with your desires.” Plewes loved The Craft growing up and thinks Lister-Jones did “a really good job of creating unique characters who are individuals in their own right.”

(l-r) Tabby (Lovie Simone)  Frankie (Gideon Adlon)  Lily (Cailee Spaeny) and Lourdes (Zoey Luna) take a selfie before leaving for the party in Columbia Pictures' THE CRAFT: LEGACY.

“A lot of times in Hollywood, you see archetypes of young girls that are repeated…

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