I only feature a select few shows on this blog; each of the shows must have a compelling story-line and I must admire the fashion selections. Most of the shows, if not all, have strong female characters which is embodied in the wardrobe choices.
The Affair has a gripping plot and the way that the story is told allows the viewer to see different perspectives of the same event. How you witness or remember an event is not necessarily how someone else will remember that same event. Everyone has their own skewed version. The way the story is told, the story itself, and now the wardrobe all come together to form a very enthralling narrative. The opening number is also one of the catchiest I have ever heard.
In Season 2 of The Affair, Brooke Lyons is introduced as the tech-obsessed, and pretty much self-obsessed, publicist Eden. While her character may seem superficial, her wardrobe is at least on point. I expect to see a lot more of this high end fashion reflected in other characters, Alison and Helen to be exact, as they all find more grounded versions of themselves.