Leonardo DeCaprio in "Aviator" a Martin Scorcese Film
Some surprise listings include The Matrix, Zoolander, Coco Avant Chanel, Pulp Fiction as well as Avatar. I don’t know why Zoolander is there (lots of fashion, but can we remember what we got out of it?) but I understand that The Matrix, as they elaborate, defined turn of the millennium wannabe futurism. This translated into a distressing vogue for wraparound sunglasses and tight leather. And remember those mobile phones? Now Versace’s winter 2010 mens collection is channelling the Trinity/Neo vibe afresh. Mmmmmhhhmmm… Some great analysis right there.
Avatar, I believe, is now a case study for fashion students at LISOF (trends forecasting). Pulp Fiction? I’m sorry, Quentin Tarantino is my action master, the costume design in Kill Bill is… not so great. Although that is open for debate (I didn’t think Thurman’s yellow jumpsuit was quite the **ish).
There is not one Martin Scorcese film listed and methinks that costume designer by the name of Sandy Powell is a genius!
But then again we all have our preferences. Go check out the list and decide for yourself.