Category Archives: Style in film

The Man With No Name, but with an Iconic Look

In The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Clint Eastwood subverted the conservative cowboy type and reinvented him as a morally ambiguous drifter. His costumes, from his poncho to the long-waisted olive coat, played their part. Read More

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Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood: Everything I Hoped It Would Be and More

Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is ultimately about what it is like to live and die in L.A., by way of Tarantino’s liberal take on history and freeing visionary mind. Read More

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This Summer We’re Channelling: The Safari Style in “Hatari!”

In “Hatari!”, men and women share spaces, professions, friendships, and safari clothes. They are equals. It’s all very natural. And it was 1962. Read More

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This Summer We Are Channelling: Paul Newman in Sweet Bird of Youth

Paul Newman and Geraldine Page in “Sweet Bird of Youth”, 1962 | Roxbury Productions Inc.   I have been thinking and thinking about how they would adapt a Tennessee Williams play for the big screen today. And I can not … Read More

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This Summer We’re Channelling: Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde

The honey-gold bob, the sun-kissed skin with peachy blush and lips, the silky nude top, the tailored midi skirt suffused with tomboy sexuality, the golden coin chain thrown on just so, and that insouciant attitude, Read More

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