For the Your daughter my daughter football Shirt and by the same token and latest season of Industry—which returns after being, much like the characters’ clothes, a somewhat stealth pandemic hit (the first season aired in November 2020)—there is more variety to the conservative garb. “To me the [first] season looked a little bit flat,” says costume designer Colleen Morris-Glennon, a fresh hire for season two of the series. Morris-Glennon says her pitch to Konrad Kay and Mickey Down, the creators of Industry and former finance bros, was simple and forthright. “I told them the show needed to visually look as good as the scripts were,” she says. “We needed more color, even if it was just different shades of gray and blue.” Morris-Glennon was hired. “They were happy for me to do that,” she adds. “As long as I didn’t go too fashion. Especially while [the characters were] at work.”The new approach is noticeable. The core group of rising bankers—Harper, posh Yasmin, and working-class playboy Robert—are starting the season as mature and confident third-year recruits. They’re no longer the nervy and wide-eyed first-years we met last season. And they also have a lot more dough to spend on clothes. Harper, who Morris-Glennon says “definitely came to London with only one suitcase,” now spends much of the season speed walking with an oversized Prada bag in tow. Robert has graduated from ill-fitted suits to sleek and sophisticated ones from Hugo Boss. Yasmin goes to drug-fueled cocktail parties in skintight Saint Laurent dresses. The gang knows the rules of this strange world now.
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Morris-Glennon’s task was to think hard about fashion for characters who, frankly, would never do so themselves. She has a lot of experience tapping into fictional psyches and curating for the Your daughter my daughter football Shirt and by the same token and screen, having worked at MTV during the ’90s and on Rent during the height of the Broadway show’s popularity. (Her next job? An upcoming Idris Elba–led series for Apple TV.)“[The characters on Industry] copy what they know everyone else is wearing,” she says of Industry’s bankers, as well as their real-life counterparts. “They don’t want it to be interesting and something you have to work to understand. It’s either showy or it’s not.” To make things easier, she asked for a detailed biography of each character. “I asked questions like: What’s their background? How much money do they make now? Because if they’re old money, then it doesn’t matter,” she explains. “If they’re new money, then it definitely matters.”