Breaking Down the ‘Legit’ Fashion-Filled Season Finale of ‘The Other Two’

Breaking Down the 'Legit' Fashion-Filled Season Finale of 'The Other Two'

Actor Josh Segarra and costume designer Jill Bream examine the episode and its inspirations, which involve Japanese streetwear, Rick Owens and an imagined go-karting brainstorm sesh among Lance and Chase. (Warning: spoilers!)

Warning: Spoilers for the period two finale of ‘The Other Two’ underneath.

The sophomore season of “The Other Two” continued to outdo itself, episode-by-episode, specially when it came to the location-on sartorial comedy. All kudos should really go to Jill Bream, who costume intended the hilarious and generally meta style moments: Cary Dubek (Drew Tarver) getting laced up (gasp) into his Timothée-Chalamet-in-Louis-Vuitton-referential “homosexual manner harness” (as christened by co-creators Chris Howard and Sarah Schneider), sister Brooke (Heléne Yorke) last but not least landing her Getty-watermarked pink carpet photo in a standout Tanya Taylor fit, and her sweet on-and-off once again ex Lance (played by a scene-stealing Josh Segarra) coming into his very own as a successful streetwear designer and teaming up with mini-mogul ChaseDreams (Situation Walker) on a style assortment. And to assume it all started off with Lance’s beforehand dismissed — and evidently underestimated — “dry erase sneaker” invention, which finally caught the notice of Nike and Shawn Mendes. (“You know Shawn Mendes.”)

“He began at the Footlocker with significant goals,” states Segarra, with infectious Lance-like enthusiasm (and as I melt a tiny). “All of a unexpected now, he’s received his own fashion exhibit with ChaseDreams. Let’s go!”

The runway debut of the “CHS x LNC” line also serves as a catalyst to carry jointly the Dubek spouse and children, all distracted by the tasks of their have relative successes. Bream closes out the season ghost-developing a “legit” — as Cary marvels in awe — avant-garde collection which is a barrage of priceless jokes. It truly is also “seriously tight and sharp,” as Chase states even though endorsing it on his mother Pat (Molly Shannon)’s well-liked daytime speak show.

Proud mom Pat (Molly Shannon) and Chase (Case Walker) in head-to-toe CHS x LNC.<p>Photo: Greg Endries/Courtesy of HBO Max</p>
Happy mom Pat (Molly Shannon) and Chase (Scenario Walker) in head-to-toe CHS x LNC.

Picture: Greg Endries/Courtesy of HBO Max

A seasoned triple-threat, Segarra — with roles jogging from a vengeful serial killer on “Arrow” to RuPaul‘s scammer boyfriend on “A.J. and the Queen” to Jorge’s cop brother on “Katy Keene” (RIP) — imagined a pleasant backstory for Lance’s structure approach with Chase.

“I really feel like we went go-karting and then reviewed it about corndogs — what our color palette was likely to be and what we preferred about the enterprise. It was a very long discussion with a great deal of laughter, some sodas and then we parted methods,” states Segarra. “Lance sits in his apartment. He is performing. He’s coming up with and throwing points with each other. He is likely texting Chase each and every hour, on the hour, throwing him a style or two, and Chase is saying anything like, ‘tight’ or ‘bomb,’ or ‘the grind by no means stops.'” (Taking into consideration Chase thinks attending his possess runway exhibit for “the entire time” is remaining “quite associated,” I really feel like Lance justifies the best billing on their vowel-fewer collab symbol.)

In serious lifestyle, Bream’s method was bit a lot more structured, commencing with the script and the co-creators’ 3 directives, which make me lol as I publish this: Chase in bright orange, a sleep-deprived and overextended Pat in some type of deal with-panel that would “fog up” and Lance in a see-via shirt. “I employed that as a springboard to develop a line,” she states.

Bream determined that a monochrome palette and a combine of textures created the perfect foundation to insert Lance-signature clear factors as desired, for that pitch-great harmony of laughs and design. For the reducing-edge streetwear elements, Bream researched Japanese and South Korean makes like Post Archive Faction, D-Antidote, Shinsuke Takizawa’s bike subculture line, NBHD (Community) and hype beast-y Undercover, moreover vogue revolutionaries Yohji Yamamoto and Rick Owens.

'T-shirts start at $4,000!'<p>Photo: Greg Endries /Courtesy of HBO Max</p>
‘T-shirts begin at $4,000!’

Image: Greg Endries /Courtesy of HBO Max

A tremendous on-brand name Chase unveils the CHS x LNC hero glimpse on Pat’s present (earlier mentioned): copious layers of basic safety-cone orange, a quad of puffy pockets and a hood lined with perforated PVC. He clarifies that the ensemble also comes in “brown and terrible yellow” and is “super multipurpose” — but only “if you are renowned.” Normally, “I wouldn’t wear them for the reason that they’re sort of unattractive and you might seems silly.”

“I commenced with the cargos,” states Bream, who custom made-created the things of the bright outfit. “His arms are fully seen by way of the plastic and then I was like, ‘Oh, but he demands the vest, he desires a hoodie.’ It was just a lot of enjoying all over with fittings and the style and design of almost everything, to make positive it was cohesive, but nonetheless a silly, foolish joke.” She even designed a transparent cross-system bag for the teen celebrity.

For Pat’s homage to a couture display finale bride (beneath), Bream seemed to futuristic South Korean streetwear label 99percentis: “We are like, ‘How do we make an insane, hoodie bridal robe, couture closer?” She sketched out concepts and collaborated with costumer and tailor Samuel Bennett to build the sculptural gown, finish the very clear panel headpiece and “fraggle fringes.”

Pat closes out the CHS x LNC show.<p>Photo: Greg Endries/Courtesy of HBO Max</p>
Pat closes out the CHS x LNC clearly show.

Image: Greg Endries/Courtesy of HBO Max

“I want there to be ruching and drawstrings, but it needs to be big and around the leading,” she suggests. “The ball robe element came into it with caging, and then the sleeves have been also long. It really is pretty much bought this cyber-punk, Rick Owens factor. By the finish, it was just so weighty — we have been truly afraid that Molly was heading to excursion, so we just stored hacking off the bottom. But the raw edge performs.”

Lance reps the line in a military services environmentally friendly tracksuit (below), which also proved integral to the deft comedy, when a discouraged Chase seeks assistance from his surrogate huge bro and design companion. “Hold on. I am shirtless. Permit me go over up, suitable brief,” Lance suggests backstage, in advance of having difficulties a bit to pull his CHS x LNC sweatshirt about his head, total with correct rustling plastic audio outcomes. Ready for their chat, Lance presents a prolonged-sleeve top rated — continue to revealing his whole torso — with a giant reassuring and lovably clueless grin.

“I like the day when we were functioning on that, on the see-by way of shirt,” says Segarra, with an additional Lance chuckle. “Simply because it was [a discussion] to get that colour just correct. It experienced to be just see-as a result of adequate and, you know, we want to make the joke land.”

'I really wanna dab right now, but I tried backstage and the plastic on my shirt almost ripped off my nips.'<p>Photo: Greg Endries/Courtesy of HBO Max</p>
‘I definitely wanna dab suitable now, but I attempted backstage and the plastic on my shirt practically ripped off my nips.’

Photo: Greg Endries/Courtesy of HBO Max

To introduce the collection together with a discouraged Chase, Lance levels up in an fantastic teddy bear jacket with apparent panels at the elbows (higher than). “[The sweatshirt] is this kind of a funny joke, but then when he puts the coat above it — and he also has the significant cargos and the boots — it will work and turns into an precise depiction of what I think could occur in any of those like hyper-stylized street design and style fashion exhibits,” suggests Bream.

Segarra also wouldn’t have minded getting the coat, custom made-developed like the rest of the CHS x LNC line, house: “It felt like a blanket on me. I just wanted to wear that all working day long. It felt great.” (“I attempted to steal all my dresses,” he jokes. It’s possible.)

'I'm usually in sweats, but it's like a <em>finished</em> sweat,' says Segarra of his own personal style.<p>Photo: Greg Endries/Courtesy of HBO Max</p>
‘I’m ordinarily in sweats, but it really is like a concluded sweat,’ states Segarra of his individual personal fashion.

Photograph: Greg Endries/Courtesy of HBO Max

All the clear features in the trend assortment are, of training course, a reference to his “see-by means of rain coat,” as Brooke huffs, from the time premiere. Bream thinks Lance’s affinity for pretty much revealing outfits speaks to his character: He “has very little to disguise” in his self esteem and perception of self.

Segarra has an intriguing, if not academic, principle, which ties back to just one of Lance’s top-edge sneaker brainstorms. “‘It’s like a shoe, but invisible,'” suggests Segarra, reenacting a Lance musing from period a person with brio. “Lance has usually been on this track of, ‘What are we going to be carrying out in the upcoming, since items are likely to be invisible?’ He’s received to truly keep track of that and, all of a sudden, now he is building apparel that are see-through. Man, our boy’s on the up coming wave!”

The focus to element and observe-by means of on this exhibit is just pure gold, down to the costumes at the extremely finish credits. (Right after Cary leaves “The Gay Moment” to film the unwell-fated “Night Nurse”, friend and confidante Curtis Paltrow — Brandon Scott Jones, also thieving scenes — takes about as host though donning a patterned shirt from Scotch & Soda, like his predecessor.) Remember to, please renewal gods, grant us a season three. Consider of the possibilities, like Lance and Chase chronicling their Paris Style 7 days misadventures for Vogue or the Dubek loved ones attending the Satisfied Gala à la the Kardashian-Jenner dynasty, when Streeter (Ken Marino) turns into a Jason Derulo-esque meme. Just some suggestions…

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