Category Archives: Style in film

The All-Natural Look of Two Mythical Creatures: Thelma and Louise

With their disheveled and dusty looks, weather-beaten tan, high waist faded jeans, white and black tank tops, cowboy boots, unisex sunglasses and men’s cap and hat, Thelma and Louise “become more and more natural, but more and more beautiful as it goes on… Read More

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This Summer We’re Channelling: Jane Fonda in “Les félins”

Jane Fonda and Alain Delon in the set of “Les félins”, 1964 Cité Films, Compagnie Internationale de Productions Cinématographiques   This Summer We’re Channelling: a recurring seasonal series in the journal that celebrates both style in film and summertime.   … Read More

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This Summer We’re Channelling: Léa Seydoux and Daniel Craig in “Spectre”

Léa Seydoux and Daniel Craig. Jonathan Olley/ SPECTRE © 2015 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Danjaq, LLC and Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All rights reserved.   This Summer We’re Channelling: a recurring seasonal series in the journal that celebrates both style in … Read More

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Screen to Life: Nine Style Lessons from Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood in “Thunderbolt and Lightfoot”, 1974 | The Malpaso Company   Clint Eastwood was in his mid-thirties when he had his breakthrough in A Fistful of Dollars (1964), taking the roles with Sergio Leone because no one in Hollywood … Read More

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Beyond Character: Michel Piccoli and Romy Schneider in “Max et les Ferrailleurs”

Romy Schneider in “Max et les ferrailleurs”, 1971 | Lira Films, Sonocam, Fida Cinematografica   A bleak, dark detective story that taps into noir, Claude Sautet’s Max et les ferrailleurs (1971) is more than a “policier” film. It draws two … Read More

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