Ellen Mirojnick

costume designer

Guest

Ellen Mirojnick is a costume designer. She has worked on several films, including The Knick and Lucky Logan.

Ellen Mirojnick on KCRW

Award-winning costume designer Ellen Mirojnick discusses taking hillbilly fashion seriously in Logan Lucky.

Ellen Mirojnick: Logan Lucky

Award-winning costume designer Ellen Mirojnick discusses taking hillbilly fashion seriously in Logan Lucky.

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The Knick is a new Cinemax drama series directed by Steven Soderbergh that examines turn-of-the century medicine in New York City.

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