"What we really liked about these looks for Amy's character is that there's a sensuality to them," he tells The News. "They're not only very confident and provocative, but there's also something a little vulnerable about you when your clothes are cut so low, so revealing and so dramatic."
Baccio del Bianco (Italian, 1604–1656) (and workshop). Costume Design for Pages or Squirs Tending to the Horses, 1620–56. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1948 (48.122.2(3)) #halloween #costume
With three months to prepare for the shoot, O'Connor visited numerous museums and immersed himself in photographs from the time period. "To make one of those dresses, it involves quite a lot of people," he tells The News, noting that everything from the corsets to the shoes were custom made for the main characters.