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Entertainment Weekly Goes Behind the Scenes to Find the Fashion in Television

Entertainment Weekly is mostly known for their coverage on film and television. But besides the occasional awards show fashion round-up, the fashion coverage in the mag has always been minimal. Well with the addition of the Style & Design channel on, it looks like the weekly magazine is starting to care a little bit more about fashion than we originally thought. 

Entertainment Weekly Goes Behind the Scenes to Find the Fashion in Television

The film and TV magazine Entertainment Weekley is amping up their fashion coverage with the addition of the Style & Design channel on their website EW has recruited Browyn Barnes from InStyle and Karin Tracy from People StyleWatch to help give the entertainment mag a fashion boost.

The Style & Design channel goes behind the scenes of celebrity style in movies, television, and on the red-carpet . EW is making sure that when the readers see “Style & Design”, they don’t immediately think of fashion. The channel focuses on red-carpet style and set design in television shows. The channel has already covered the best and worst dressed at the Emmy’s and interviewed the costume designer behind Kurt and Rachel’s New York City makeover on Glee

With the world of entertainment going hand-in-hand with fashion, we’re surprised Entertainment Weekly hasn’t taken the hint until just now. Celebrity fashion is one thing that we don’t necessarily shy away from here, so it’s nice to see another publication integrate it more into their  content. We’ll have to start adding the Style & Design page of onto the list of sites that we check daily because with as much TV as we watch, we’d love to start learning about where these TV characters get their style.

If you missed this year’s coverage of the 2012 Emmy’s be sure to catch up and flip through this gallery of arrivals here.



Written by Emily Draznik

Chicago transplant and aspiring gay icon. I hold the belief that puns are the highest form of humor and love writing about fashion and everything in between.