Film Inspired Look (2022). Fashion designers have long borrowed the themes, settings, and costumes. From their favorite movies to create collections some more directly than others.
Fashion designers have always looked to the movies for inspiration. However, how will a designer create a show reference of their own? Sprinkle an effort by Ursula from “The Little Mermaid” on a sweatshirt? Buckeye State no! but that’s exactly what police officer Abley did for his first solo spring 2015 collection in London. Still, there is an area unit of various designers – the gifted man. Thom Browne, the diabolical Miuccia Prada: The United Nations agency. Uses parts of medium family experiences to reinforce the style of its screens. That’s all for rationalization. I’ll let the images speak for themselves.
6 Film-Inspired Look!
“THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE” / THOM BROWNE FALL 2014
The dystopian fable “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” was released three months before Thom Browne. Showed his fall 2014 collection, and it should have caught the designer’s eye immediately. Perhaps not shocking: Trish Summerville’s wardrobe for the film received some excellent media attention before her debut. and Browne’s shows typically compete on dark themes of violence and female driving (or lack thereof).
“THE LITTLE MERMAID”/BOBBY ABLEY SPRING 2015
When competitor MAN police officer Abley showed off smiling Disney icons in neoprene hoodies, I had to smile too. There’s not much thought behind this kind of fast fashion, but everyone praises Albey for blatantly showing off his Disney fanatic look.
“THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL” / ANNA SUI FALL 2014
A Wes Anderson show can be a feast for the eyes, so it will make your mouth water, you will have to lick the screen. That’s why countless designers look up to the director and study his palette if they’re bespoke, edible hues for the season.
“VALLEY OF THE DOLLS” / DSQUARED2 FALL 2014
Dsquared2 finds most of its fun in fashion diversions: tiki bars, psychiatric wards, artists’ studios, high school proms… shows that tend to hint, wink-wink at a movie, or a measure fundamental, or at least offer a context. to help portray the message of a collection. it had been Mark Robson’s “Valley of the Dolls” that seemed to influence Dean and Dan Caten’s fall 2014 Dsquared2 show, which was brimming with sexual symbology
“MULHOLLAND DRIVE” / PRADA FALL 2013
A few months ago, I lent a fan my copy of “Muholland Drive,” David Lynch’s heady movie, and his “How the hell could you prefer that?” the answer still doesn’t surprise Pine Tree State. A lot of people didn’t love that show. The Big Apple Observer called it “an unintelligent and incoherent piece of garbage”. Yet the pantheon of style loves to kill, a United Nations agency director isn’t afraid to trade clarity for mental chaos. His movies are like those vivid dreams we all have and don’t quite realize, but can’t wait to tell everyone about the next day, similar, in fact, to Prada’s fall 2013 show, with its cryptic setting and creepy. score that oozed mystery
“VERTIGO” / RALPH LAUREN FALL 2014
“Vertigo”, like fashion, can be a movie about romantic obsession. And that’s specifically what was on Ralph Lauren’s mind for his fall 2014 show, which used a gray palette to color images of Alfred Hitchcock’s mysterious blondes, treating them as if they just emerged from the San Francisco fog.
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