The film “The Curse of the Golden Flower”, released in 2006, brings a storyline that deals with love, revenge, treason, sedition, and much hatred. The film is set in Imperial China, and is for people who like plot full of twists. The genre of the film is the “wuxia”, which for the sake of justice and honor uses the martial arts. The film won the Oscar for best costume design, and therefore deserves to be seen with careful look.
Tron (1982), classic of special effects, also owes its success to the innovative costume, which had to be renovated when the new sequence was released, Tron: Legacy (2010).
Few films encapsulate the art of writing a blog and its impact on authors and readers better than Julie & Julia (2009). The idea of sharing a project over the internet is the backdrop of the story of two women and their writing, resilience, love and, of course, style.
In the week we honor Gabrielle Coco Chanel, we could not help but talk about the two films released in 2009 about the designer’s biography, each one focusing on a specific moment in her life: Coco before Chanel and Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky.
And just like it is on Sex and the City, New York is also one of the main characters on Gossip Girl. But besides the city, fashion is, without question, the greatest feature the show has in common with Carrie’s series.
Almost Famous, winner of an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, in 2001, is a true rock homage – a music genre that has been captivating generations for decades – and totally tuned with the ’70s fashion style!