And Simply Like That: Lisa Todd Wexley Is Our New Type Icon

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If you stop reading the comments And just like that Costume Instagram Page, operated by extraordinary wardrobe Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago, Lisa Todd Wexley (aka LTW) is fast becoming the new breakout style star of the HBO Max reboot series everyone talks about it. Played by Nicole AriParker (also famous for her roles in boogie nights, Think of the titans, and Showtimes soul food), Lisa is Charlotte’s newest boyfriend and undoubtedly best dressed according to many eagle-eyed fans.

“On her third adjustment, she would say, ‘Oh, let me double the necklace.'”

“Please tell me about the gorgeous bracelet she wore on her left wrist to the fundraiser?” One user posted below a still from episode seven. “You could dress her anything and she would look amazing,” wrote another under a chic YSL look from an adaptation that ended up being an outtake.

International recognition for her fashion sense was actually part of her character’s story, according to Santiago. People are quick to embrace her taste for bold, chunky jewelry, and these accessories – many of which have intriguing backstories – were specifically sourced based on the beginnings of her mood board.

“Once we saw [Nicole Ari Parker] and we saw her build and how she could handle clothes, we put all that stuff in the dressing room and it just all came together. We knew we wanted bold pieces, but sometimes that can be overwhelming for the actress, but she really felt it. She put it on and said, ‘Oh yeah, give me more.’ She would go and get more rings,” Santiago told POPSUGAR.

Rogers agreed, joking, “I think we kind of created a monster with her. On her third adjustment, she would say, ‘Oh, let me double the necklace.’ She really started charging it.”

Image source: Getty and Courtesy of Molly RogersAbove: Nicole Ari Parker and her jewelry on set And just like that.

Much of LTW’s jewelry comes from Patricia von Musulin, an internationally renowned designer who has set out to redefine the term accessories, and money, a Danish family business, was founded in the 1970s. And then there is Ana Srdic, a designer, anthropologist and entrepreneur from South Africa who has provided many of the stunning gemstone rings you wear with her. While many of their pieces cost a pretty penny, some of them can truly be considered capital goods and are still commercially available. Below we will break down LTW’s luxurious outfits one by one.