Photographed in Toronto, On Location for Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale
A nomad by nature, the award-winning costume designer Ane Crabtree goes where the business takes her. As focused, intellectual and intense as she is peripatetic, Crabtree creates a kind of working sanctuary wherever she lands. I visited Crabtree and her adopted Catahoula-mutt in Toronto during the filming of Hulu’s acclaimed dystopian drama, The Handmaids Tale. The hit series garnered multiple Emmy and Golden Globe awards for its first season, with Crabtree earning the prestigious Costume Designers Guild Award for her work. The show has also become a cultural phenomenon, galvanizing feminist activists worldwide. This look behind the scenes provided a rare glimpse into Crabtree’s colorful world.
Published: Four and Sons Magazine