First Look: How the ‘Halston’ Costume Designer Built Iconic Tie-Dye Collection

Fashion designer Halston’s tie-dye collection first dropped in the late 1960s. Silk chiffon was draped over the body and revolutionized fashion as stylish New Yorkers and celebrities such as Anjelica Huston donned the iconic couturier’s caftans.

That collection is one of the looks that’s faithfully re-created by costume designer Jeriana San Juan (“The Plot Against America,” “The Get Down”) in the Netflix miniseries written by Ryan Murphy and starring Ewan McGregor in the title role.

“Halston,” which debuts May 14, traces the life of Roy Halston Frowick, the Bergdorf Goodman milliner who got his start as a Chicago hatmaker and shot to fame in the ’60s, becoming mononymic after

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