Category Archives: Style in film

La enfermedad del domingo: In Conversation with Costume Designer Clara Bilbao

In our interview, costume designer Clara Bilbao talks about clothes as story tellers in La enfermedad del domingo (Sunday’s Illness). Read More

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François Truffaut, His Alter Egos and His Brown Leather Jacket

François Truffaut, Jacqueline Bisset and Jean-Pierre Léaud on the set of “La nuit américaine” (1973) | Les Films du Carrusse   “The film of tomorrow will be filmed by adventurers,” Truffaut had said as an introduction to what would become … Read More

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Bradley Cooper’s Rugged, Real Style in “A Star Is Born”

The black or faded blue jeans, denim jackets, plain t-shirts, weathered leather jacket and western boots are Jackson Maine’s apparel of choice, his natural habitat, rooted deep in the American grain, just as his country rock music is, just as his outwardly rugged, inwardly ruptured American masculinity is. Read More

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It’s Cold Outside: The Style of Llewyn Davis

In the biting winter of 1961, struggling folk singer Llewyn Davis paces the frosty streets of a Greenwich Village in a caramel corduroy jacket, and, for want of a coat, a knitted scarf … Read More

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Time for Tweed: Julie Christie in “Don’t Look Now”

Julie Christie’s wardrobe in Nicolas Roeg’s “Don’t Look Now” (1973) is the best late autumn inspiration. Read More

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