Black & White Stripes Are In: Take A Behind The Scenes Look At In And Out Fashion With Netflix Original ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Malina Weissman And Cynthia Summers

Based on the internationally best selling series of books, season 2 of the Netflix Original series, ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ plunges the Baudelaire family further into their darkly comedic world.

Starring Emmy and Tony Award winner Neil Patrick Harris as the villain of the piece, Count Olaf, the series tells the tragic tale of the Baudelaire orphans, Violet, Klaus and Sunny. The trio just so happen to also be the heirs of a quite substantial fortune – paid out to them when 14 year old Violet comes of age – which puts them directly in the path of Count Olaf, who will stop at nothing to get hold of their inheritance.

Foiling his dastardly plans with very little help from adults – who are nonetheless well meaning but overall vastly incompetent – the siblings unlock clues to the mysterious death of their parents’, their links to a secret organisation, and discover long-held family secrets.

Take a look at some of the beautiful costume designs here:

Malina Weissman, who plays Violet Baudelaire, goes behind the scenes of In and Out fashion with wardrobe designer Cynthia Summers:

A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 | Behind the Scenes: IN and OUT | Netflix

Find ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ online on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ is a Netflix Original production, adapted from the books by Lemony Snicket.

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