Thursday, June 12, 2014
130186:

Armani Privé S/S 2012

130186:

Armani Privé S/S 2012

Thursday, October 10, 2013
fasella:

Armani

fasella:

Armani

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Monday, September 3, 2012
murmurandshout:

I knew Bale’s suits in The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises were made by Armani (though designed by the trilogy’s costume designer Lindy Hemming), but I was unexpectedly tickled to find out today that they even have this label inside them. Nice touch.

murmurandshout:

I knew Bale’s suits in The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises were made by Armani (though designed by the trilogy’s costume designer Lindy Hemming), but I was unexpectedly tickled to find out today that they even have this label inside them. Nice touch.

Sunday, August 19, 2012
I love dresses like these, where the fabric pattern is so obviously taken from at least a hundred years ago but the shape is so unmistakably modern. As long as the fabric is interesting enough, you can cut it down to the simplest minidress imaginable and it’s still very obviously couture. — from Haute Couture 2012: Armani Privé and Valentino, at Hello, Tailor.

I love dresses like these, where the fabric pattern is so obviously taken from at least a hundred years ago but the shape is so unmistakably modern. As long as the fabric is interesting enough, you can cut it down to the simplest minidress imaginable and it’s still very obviously couture. — from Haute Couture 2012: Armani Privé and Valentino, at Hello, Tailor.

Friday, February 10, 2012
"An unusual amount of focus goes to Marissa’s shoes. High heels,  especially pristine high-heels stored carefully in a display cabinet,  are one of the most recogniseable visual shortcuts to "American  career-woman" one sees in modern pop-culture, I think." — from Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

"An unusual amount of focus goes to Marissa’s shoes. High heels, especially pristine high-heels stored carefully in a display cabinet, are one of the most recogniseable visual shortcuts to "American career-woman" one sees in modern pop-culture, I think." — from Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

Thursday, February 9, 2012
"As Hanna continues to frustrate her kidnap attempts, Marissa gradually  changes from the calm, all-grey palette of the CIA headquarters to  vivid, poisonous greens." — from Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

"As Hanna continues to frustrate her kidnap attempts, Marissa gradually changes from the calm, all-grey palette of the CIA headquarters to vivid, poisonous greens." — from Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

"Lucie Bates, the film’s costume designer, said that Marissa Weigler was  explicitly intended to be a fairytale villain. She stalks Hanna across  Europe, merciless and manipulatively charming as she orders her minions  to hunt down Hanna and her father." —  Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

"Lucie Bates, the film’s costume designer, said that Marissa Weigler was explicitly intended to be a fairytale villain. She stalks Hanna across Europe, merciless and manipulatively charming as she orders her minions to hunt down Hanna and her father." — Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

"Her suits are Armani, and she wears several  variations on the same one — an ideal choice for a woman working in such a regimented environment. Marissa is  highly efficient, and seems like the type of person who would just go ahead and buy  five copies of the same outfit once she’d found something that struck  the correct balance between formal and feminine." — Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

"Her suits are Armani, and she wears several variations on the same one — an ideal choice for a woman working in such a regimented environment. Marissa is highly efficient, and seems like the type of person who would just go ahead and buy five copies of the same outfit once she’d found something that struck the correct balance between formal and feminine." — Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

"Marissa Weigler is the perfect counterpoint to Hanna’s wild, curious  innocence. She’s introduced to the viewer by the sharp click of heels  against the hard floor of government buildings, and the arresting image  of her cleaning her teeth until she bleeds. She’s a perfectionist in a  world of minimalist grey conference rooms and sterile hotels." — from Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.

"Marissa Weigler is the perfect counterpoint to Hanna’s wild, curious innocence. She’s introduced to the viewer by the sharp click of heels against the hard floor of government buildings, and the arresting image of her cleaning her teeth until she bleeds. She’s a perfectionist in a world of minimalist grey conference rooms and sterile hotels." — from Movie Costumes I Have Loved: Hanna.