S3.E3 – A Reimagination of the Yule Ball Gowns

By The Jilted Indian Podcast

The Jilted Indian Podcast was invited to present “A Reimagination of the Yule Ball Gowns” as a live podcast recording at Leaky Con 2019 in Dallas. In this hour, we mercilessly drag the costuming decisions made for the Patil Twins in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire movie. We pay homage to the Patil Twins and we educate our audience on what Indian fashion actually is because we want #JusticeForThePatilTwins

Listen To S3.E3 – A Reimagination of the Yule Ball Gowns Here:

Show Notes

For some background see our last post.

We cut the parts of the panel where we showed pretty pictures of stunning Indian Fashion. We are still working out the kinks with our remote records.

Our panel was opposite the Tom Felton (aka Draco Malfoy) panel. We will be bringing you a bonus episode with a longer interview with entertainment writer (Mashable) and Leaky Con veteran staffer and panelist Proma Khosla. Thanks for lending your perspective and humor with us and the Jilted Indian audience, Proma.

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We are really lucky that Miranda leveraged her skills as a learning design coordinator to put together this awesome presentation..

Shout out to all the artists who’s visions of the Patil Twins Yule Ball Gowns were out here doing the work to correct an injustice of the gravest proportions:

Afshan Azad’s full Youtube Harry Potter Q&A is here.

Follow Anu Chouhan, who designed our rad shirts, on Instagram @anumation

Rega Jha’s full BuzzFeed article, with the greatest sub-headline ever, can be found here.

Thank You Leaky Con!

 

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