The Grand Budapest Hotel by Wes Anderson

At the heart of Wes Anderson’s effortlessly stylish, luxe and purple-clad film is a touching story about family. The film is full of charm, effervescence, and visual panache, but it is anchored by a sustained (and occasionally sentimental) melancholy that provides substance and reminds us of his other films. Like the children and their friends…

Fashion and Film, Spring 2013

Perhaps it’s just a post-fashion week hangover, or perhaps everyone is jumping on a bandwagon which has been there since the love affair started. Whether it’s fashion referencing film, film directing fashion, film posing for fashion…there’s something for everyone.