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‘Tulsa King’ Costume Designer Pulled Inspiration From John Gotti and ‘Guys and Dolls’ for Sylvester Stallone’s Look

Matthew Chernov From Al Pacino’s white suit in “Scarface” and Robert De Niro’s tortoiseshell sunglasses in “Casino” to James Gandolfini’s bowling shirts in “The Sopranos” and Steve Buscemi’s Derby hats in “Boardwalk Empire,” movie and TV gangsters are famous for their bold fashion sense. And the latest nattily dressed mobster to hit the screen is Dwight Manfredi, the Mafia capo played by Sylvester Stallone in the Paramount+ series “Tulsa King.” Created by Taylor Sheridan, the show stars Stallone as an aging mafioso who’s exiled to Tulsa, Okla., by his New York crime family after spending 25 years in prison. Costume designer Suzanne McCabe created Stallone’s wardrobe on the series, and she based many of her designs on the real-life Mafia bosses whose taste in expensive clothing and flashy accessories made them unlikely celebrities throughout the 1980s. “I looked at the Gambino crime family, the Franzese family, and all the usual ones that you always saw in the papers back then,” she says.

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Britney Spears Consents to Sons Relocating With Kevin Federline to Hawaii
Britney Spears has signed off on her ex, Kevin Federline, relocating to Hawaii with their two children, but ET has learned the pop singer is not thrilled about him turning the matter into a public spectacle.ET has learned that Spears' lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, wrote a letter dated May 31 to Federline's attorney informing him that the singer does not intend to interfere with Federline's plans to uproot the family and relocate to Hawaii. Spears has offered her full consent.In the letter, as first reported by, Spears' attorney slams Federline's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, for publicizing the matter and «creating unnecessary drama and a false 'dispute' by publicly discussing the issue.» What's more, Rosengart added that in doing so «it was undignified, ungracious, and unnecessary.»ET has reached out to Kaplan for comment. A source tells ET that «Britney loves and has always supported her children and wants them to be happy.»Spears' consent comes just over two weeks after a source confirmed to ET that Kaplan sent a letter asking if Spears would be open to letting their sons — Jayden, 16, and Sean, 17 — relocate to Hawaii with Federline and their stepmom, Victoria Prince.With Spears consenting to the move, it avoids Kaplan having to take the drastic step of having to formally make the request in court.