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About Tati

Tati is a discount department store. Tati owns the Tati, Fabio Lucci and Giga Store brands.

Headquarters Location

4 Bd Rochechouart

Paris, 75018,


03 44 80 63 78

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Building the Wonderful, Weird Wardrobe of 'Los Espookys'

Sep 30, 2022

Building the Wonderful, Weird Wardrobe of 'Los Espookys' Now in its second season, the beloved HBO series co-created by Julio Torres and Ana Fabrega ups the ante with fashion. Costume designer Muriel Parra explains how it came together. Author: Photo: Pablo Arellano Spataro/HBO Now in its second season, the beloved HBO series co-created by Julio Torres and Ana Fabrega ups the ante with fashion. Costume designer Muriel Parra explains how it came together. As fans know, the road to season two of "Los Espookys" was a long one. The beloved HBO series co-created by Julio Torres and Ana Fabrega premiered in June 2019; an order for a second season  was announced the following month. The team was already well into the new run of episodes when the pandemic shut down production in March 2020. It would be almost two years before they'd be able to come back together. (Fabrega announced they wrapped season two in February 2022.) "The turn was very different, in terms of photography — the look, in general, changed," says Muriel Parra, who returns as costume designer, of the concept of the second season. "In my case, for costume design, I felt that in the first season, the characters had marked very clearly who they were. One of the beautiful things of 'Los Espookys' is that everything is possible. Anything can be done." Fashion is an important piece in the wonderfully weird, weirdly wonderful puzzle that makes up the world of "Los Espookys." Especially with the core four, the way each character dresses is an extension of who they are — and, at times, as part of the joke. Meet los Espookys: Úrsula (Cassandra Ciangherotti), Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco), Andrés (Julio Torres) and Tati (Ana Fabrega). Photo: Pablo Arellano Spataro/HBO At first, Tati (played by Fabrega) might seem like a quiet wallflower, with her awkward newsboy cap and dated (though on the come-up) graphic tees, but she reveals herself to have a rich internal world and an ability to infinitely shape shift. Úrsula (Cassandra Ciangherotti) and Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco) fit into the stereotype of the alternative, occult-loving outcasts, dressing almost exclusively in chain-accented black; however, they, too, have layers, literal and figurative. Andrés (Julio Torres) makes himself the main character of any space he occupies, and his outfits reflect that to the nth degree. The main difference between the sartorial vision for season one and that for season two, according to Parra, was that she, as a costume designer, felt more emboldened in her vision. She was able to shed any lingering fear that might hold her back, creatively, and lean into what makes "Los Espookys" so thrillingly fun. "The most that could happen would be that we'd say, 'Not so much' — but that rarely happened," she says. "The communication with Julio and Ana is quicker. We know each other better. I feel they're people whose heads are always fresh with new ideas." Andrés and Tati. Photo: Pablo Arellano Spataro/HBO The leveled-up costumes are imaginative in a way that's specific to "Los Espookys," but every so often, you see a direct line to our world. Though there weren't any major overhauls to the creative direction and scripts during the hiatus, Parra, her team and the co-creators had consumed plenty of content during that time at home, and they brought that back to set to expand on their existing ideas. "The creative thinking of two years ago isn't the same as the creative thinking of today," says Parra. "In that sense, there's always the possibility of adding new things… It was definitely going back to revise, to look at things and grab a few of these more up-to-date things — much more black, more sparkle, more gems. It was so fun going back and looking at those episodes with new inspiration. "  There are two germs of inspiration, in particular, that fashion lovers might pick up on in season two: Andrés' dark-cowboy turn in the last few episodes has a touch of Kim Jones' Western-inspired designs for Dior Men, while the moon's fully silver-sequined caped look from her celestial party is reminiscent of  Valentino's larger-than-life Fall 2020 haute couture collection, specifically the sparkly ensemble worn by Dua Lipa on "The Graham Norton Show." ("At some point during the pandemic, I posted it on Instagram, and Julio said, 'That could be the moon!' That stayed in my head.") The costumes of "Los Espookys" are a mix of custom-builds (especially for the more out-there characters like Andrés, the moon and the planets) and pieces bought by the wardrobe team (primarily for characters that Parra describes as "more classic and neutral," like Úrsula, Renaldo, Tico and Tati.) A focused Tati. Photo: Pablo Arellano Spataro/HBO "[Tati] is an intellectual character, with an interminable interior world," says Parra. "Her sensibility might be in details that aren't as perceptible… It's a very special [kind of] humor." This stands in stark contrast with Andrés, who's the polar opposite, literally wearing his persona on his sleeve. Úrsula and Renaldo fit more into the more familiar punk-slash-goth aesthetic, but Parra pushes those elements further in season two. Úrsula, in her shorts.

Tati Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Tati's headquarters?

    Tati's headquarters is located at 4 Bd Rochechouart, Paris.

  • What is Tati's latest funding round?

    Tati's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Tati?

    Investors of Tati include GIFI.

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