Category Archives: Style in film

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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The Individualistic Minimalism of the 1980s: Kim Basinger in Nine 1/2 Weeks

The best of 1980s fashion in the streets of New York City. Kim Basinger, Mickey Rourke and timeless style. Read More

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The Film that Made the Leather Bomber Jacket Cool Again

“The Great Waldo Pepper” (1975), with Robert Redford in the lead role, was one of the films that revitalised the interest in the leather bomber jacket. Read More

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Editorial: Black and White in Trucolor

There is a sequence in Nicholas Ray’s Johnny Guitar where the lawmen all wear black. Joan Crawford appears in white. It is a crisp and striking visual moment, all the more so since it is a Western noir in color. Read More

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