Category Archives: Style in film

Travelling Wes Anderson Style: The Darjeeling Limited

The Darjeeling a Limited Louis Vuitton

  I have been on a Wes Anderson marathon lately, revisiting almost everything I had already seen and finally watching the rest. However, the idea for this article came to me when I saw the illustration below, made by Wes’ … Read More

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Ryan Gosling and His Otherworldly “Drive” Jacket

Ryan Gosling Drive jacket

  That’s Ryan Gosling at the wheel. After all the singing and dancing in La La Land, here is a little reminder that he can do tough, too (but then again, he can take on any role). Gosling is Driver … Read More

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Colour and Costume: From The Umbrellas of Cherbourg to La La Land

La La Land costume design

Top photo: “La La Land”; bottom photo: “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg”   “Here’s to the fools who dream.” No wonder I love this film. And I don’t even like musicals. But here I am talking about La La Land voraciously … Read More

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Suit Acting and Android Fashion in Metropolis

Costumes in Metropolis

  January 10th, 1927. It was on this day, 90 years ago, that Fritz Lang released Metropolis, not only a key film of the German expressionist movement, but also the primordial science fiction movie. A drama of the future set … Read More

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Style in Film: Amy Adams in Nocturnal Animals

Amy Adams

  Tom Ford’s second film is strangely seductive, beautifully constructed, and cautiously glamorous   A friend of mine once told me that it’s when she’s most impeccably dressed that she is going through the most difficult times. I have never … Read More

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