Category Archives: Style in film

Back to School: The On-Screen Preppy Look of Robert Redford

The preppy look of Rovert Redford All the President's Men

  Robert Redford has made it clear from the very beginning that he came into films because of the craft of acting, and then, by founding the Sundance Film Festival, that he stuck in the business because of the films … Read More

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The Femme Fatale Is Wearing White

The femme fatale is wearing white-Jane Greer in Out of the Past

  Summer is optimistic by nature. So am I. Maybe that’s why noir is my favourite film genre. Harking back in the past. The sensual, fatalistic bleakness. The subtle tone and mood. The quotable lines that float up into your … Read More

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The Best Sunglasses in the History of Cinema

Best sunglasses in film - Tilda Swinton in A Bigger Splash

From the moment I glanced at the mirrored sunglasses of Tilda Swinton in A Bigger Splash I knew it was time to finally make the plunge and have my own take on the best shades in the history of cinema. … Read More

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Interview with Fargo Costume Designer Carol Case

Interview Fargo costume designer Carol Case

  Noah Hawley, novelist, producer, screen and tv writer, had this bold idea to create a television series based on none other than the iconic Coen brothers film, Fargo. Although loosely inspired by the 1996 (what can already be considered) … Read More

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Style in Film: Gena Rowlands in Gloria

Gena Rowlands Emanuel Ungaro Gloria

  Gloria loves clothes. She cares about them. They are perhaps about the only thing she cares about. She suddenly finds herself on the run, but she takes her clothes along. So she should. They are Emanuel Ungaro and they … Read More

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