Category Archives: Style in film

This Summer We’re Channelling: Juliette Binoche in Certified Copy

“When someone stands in front of the mirror, matching her inner feelings with her outlook is more important than matching the colour of her shoes with the bag she carries,” said Abbas Kiarostami. In Certified Copy, Juliette Binoche is a Read More

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This Summer We’re Chanelling: Carole Bouquet in For Your Eyes Only

Following Barbara Bach in The Spy Who Loved Me, from 1977, Carole Bouquet’s Bond girl, Melina Havelock, also played against type in For Your Eyes Only (1981). There is more to Read More

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This Summer We Are Channelling: Jennifer Connelly in Blood Diamond

The films that offer great summer style advice for the warm months ahead. In “Blood Diamond”, Jennifer Connelly plays journalist Maddy Bowen, who… Read More

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Character Defining Timepieces: A Journey through Cinema

Some of the most beautiful watches in the history of cinema and the screen characters they helped shape. Read More

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The Enduring Allure of the West and of the Western Style

The great frontier always drew dreamers. I am not an American, but I am a dreamer. And I’ve always considered the Western as one of the greatest adventure movies. Jane Fonda in “Comes a Horseman” Read More

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