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'Outlander' Production Design: From Scottish Highlands
'Outlander' Production Design: From Scottish Highlands

'Outlander' Production Design: From Scottish Highlands to Paris Boudoirs

“Outlander” production designer Jon Gary Steele takes Variety‘s Laura Prudom behind the scenes of the sprawling Starz series, explaining how he helped transition the time-traveling show from the wild Scottish Highlands to the lavish boudoirs of Paris and the royal court at Versailles.

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