In anticipation of HBO's take on the lives eccentric mother/daughter duo "Big" and "Little" Eddie, Interview managed to contain its excitement long enough to get designer Tara Subkoff to chat with Grey Garden's costume designer, Catherine Thomas. In their conversation about the two women and their fabled journey from high society queens to secluded maidens, Thomas discusses how Little Eddie took her hair loss in stride and created an iconic look in the process. "Yes, the turbans! Really, she handles her hair loss in such a progressive, positive way. She makes it her own. It was so essential to reach beyond the years of the documentary. We start in the 1930s—even the white satin hooded gown that Little Edie wears to the bohemian party is a beautiful metaphor for what's going to happen later to her, covering up her head. Obviously, we compiled a lot of research. Surprisingly there were more photos of Little Edie than of Big Edie. For the 1930s, Big Edie was really what we imagined her to be like."