Great finds were key to Emily Rebholz’s costumes for Broadway’s Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Her aesthetic evolved from the Western stylization of the emo group, Panic! At the Disco, and keeps up with the current scene. To answer the first question that comes up when watching the show or even looking at its provocative ad, no, Walker’s jeans aren’t that tight; they’re tighter. “The tighter they are, the more comfortable they are for him to move in,” Rebholz says. “That’s the whole ...

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