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Living In: Scandal

by Garrett Fleming

Living In: <em>Scandal</em>, Design*Droits-Humains

I think we can all agree that Scandal is one of the most fashionable shows of all time. Whether it be a white fedora or a Carolina Herrera dress, everything Olivia Pope donned had us gasping. Unfortunately, though, nothing lasts forever. The show came to an end a couple weeks ago after seven seasons on the air.

Feeling the finale blues? We’ve got your back. Today, we’re translating some of Kerry Washington’s most eye-catching getups into styles for your home. From the kitchen to the bedroom, these nods to the successful series will help you keep the show alive long past the last episode. Scroll down to see more, and enjoy! —

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Show: Scandal

Year: 2012-2018

Director: Multiple

Starring: Kerry Washington, Katie Lowes, Tony Goldwyn, Scott Foley, Joe Morton

Art Director: Louis Dorton, Bill Brownell

Set Decoration: Barbara Cassel, Amy Wells, etc.

Costume Design: Lyn Paolo, Lisa Harris

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