More often than not, “Mrs. America” — which portrays the historical figures and socio-political groundswells behind the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s — feels very 2020.
Phyllis Schlafly (Cate Blanchett).
Photo: Sabrina Lantos/Courtesy of FXDaigeler’s costume range runs from Pedro Almodóvar classics to the Dolly Parton-soundtracked teen pageant movie “Dumplin'” to Disney’s delayed live-action “Mulan.”
Photo: Sabrina Lantos/Courtesy of FX”[Steinem] was such an iconic figure in her look.
“[I treated Chisholm’s costumes as if we] were doing a documentary because I owed that to the portrayal,” said Daigeler.

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