My Dress-Up Darling’s Director Shares What Makes Marin So Likable

The director of My Dress-Up Darling anime, Keisuke Shinohara, discusses what makes Marin Kitagawa such a likable and inspiring character to anime fans.

Keisuke Shinohara, the director of last year’s mega-hit My Dress-Up Darling anime, spoke about Marin Kitagawa’s popularity and likeability.

Marin Kitagawa is a character we haven’t seen before “In a recent interview, he told Crunchyroll. “She is a fascinating character”. Kitagawa, a high school girl with a great love for all things anime and pop culture and a goal to become a famous cosplayer, is the protagonist of My Dress-Up Darling. She partners up with Wakana Gojo, a student who secretly enjoys producing Hina Dolls, and together they combine his sewing talents with her enthusiasm and desire to produce the best costumes possible.

The Director Elaborated on Marin’s Charm

Shinohara went on to say that Kitagawa’s broad appeal stems from the fact that “She is pleasant because she respects herself as well as others.

Marin isn’t hesitant to speak her thoughts, but when it comes to romance, she can be shy, which is understandable for anyone who’s ever been in love.
The contrast between how she seems on the outside and what’s going on inside her makes her endearing.

When combined with her ability to become devoted to something when she sets her mind to it, she possesses the ideal attributes we seek in a person.”

The character’s self-esteem and respect for others, as well as her passion and excitement, have struck a chord with both manga readers and anime viewers.
The ongoing manga series.

Naturally, My Dress-Up
Instead of just reading the manga or watching the anime to express their love and appreciation for the story, adorable fans create stunning cosplays in the style of Kitagawa and Gojo.
For instance, top cosplayer Anari.exe recreated their Shizuku cosplay and professional model Arisa Chan showed off her version of the Black Lobelia costume.

Despite the story’s emphasis on cosplay, the theme of passion, in Shinohara’s opinion, is not restricted to just costume-making.
“The mindset to speak out what you love and turn negative into positive even if others tease you about it is the foundation of [My Dress-Up Darling].
I hope the anime successfully conveys that message “He clarified.

Source: Crunchyroll


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