For the no-nonsense, all-business character of Regina, Fulp was inspired by the fashion of New York. “It was important for me to kind of give that Manhattan Fifth Avenue, very powerful woman kind of [look, and] sharpen it, so she’s like a butter knife just coming through,” says Fulp. With that in mind, she dressed Baranski in immaculately tailored suits and coats, from brands like Max Mara and Armani, that contrasted with the town’s more casual, soft, brightly colored fashion. “When I read the script, it was almost like her character felt misunderstood,” she explains. “I think a lot of times as strong women, we can come across as very aggressive, because of just protecting who we are.”