Movie talk and streams? Seems like a good end to the month to me!Read More
There have been a few wild streams lately, but hey, maybe you’ll enjoy having these discussions on in the background while you work from home. It doesn’t look like we’re going to be out of here any time soon!Read More
Let’s dive into the Armani designed, vintage-inspired attire of one of the best popcorn movies I’ve seen: Brian De Palma’s The Untouchables (1987).
Thus starteth the lesson.
Thanks to quarantine I feel myself regressing to movies I’ve watched in my youth. And one stands out as one of the first films to catch my eye for fashion: a Sherlock Holmes adaptation that actually makes a strong case for late Victorian-fashion.
Don’t forget to listen to the podcast and follow along!
Better get your ties on, because it’s time to talk about Gangster Squad.
Will we die, just a little?
It’s time to revisit the film that started me down this dark, expensive, closet-exploding path. Spoilers: it’s not very good and the attire is meh.
Reynolds Woodcock was one of the the premiere dressmakers in 1950’s London. It’s only fitting that his own wardrobe is on par with the dresses he creates. With a minimalistic approach to style, Reynolds looks simultaneously vintage and classic, with an air of fussy elegance to boot. This post discusses the style of Daniel Day-Lewis’ character in Phantom Thread.
Just saw the 1967 film The Graduate and I knew I had to do a post based on Benjamin (played by Dustin Hoffman) and his wonderful ivy style.