PS: We love what a strong following the show has, especially on Twitter. Has social media influenced the costumes at all?
ML: When I'm in Lucy's fittings, every now and again [we'll try on a piece] like the pastel motorcycle jacket that just aired, and Lucy will say, "I can't move, Mandi!" but we'll look at each other and know, "Oh, but this is going to be a good one!" We'll call each other at night and be like, "Dude, did you see that people are tweeting about that jacket? They're going crazy!" So, we will try to throw in pieces that we know [will do well on social media] — the kind of pieces that are sort of over the top that producers say no to, I'll tell the producers, "Just let us do this, because I promise you that they'll tweet the crap out of it."
PS: Do you have any favorite fashion moments from the show?
ML: Lucy's homecoming masquerade dress is my favorite, because we made it custom-made from the floor up. It was inspired by a dress from the VMAs from, like, 2004.
Aria's look: Faux-Leather Jacket ($60, originally $120), Long-Sleeve Crop Top ($15, originally $30), Side-Zip Skirt ($27, originally $55)