Thursday, February 21, 2013

Fashion is a girl Almodóvar and he is the new face of the Galeries Lafayette

Lhomme almodovar

Sorpresón that we get to see Pedro Almodóvar as a new image of the Galeries Lafayette in their division Pour Homme spring-summer 2013, thanks to our mates Fararazzi . The Spanish filmmaker poses for the lens of Jean-Paul Goude and that is if there is a director who has spoiled the world of fashion and trend is established, at least within our borders. In all his films has always had significant nods to fashion, as those who remember.

'What have I done to deserve this?'

With this film Almodóvar made ​​the leap to the United States in 1984, hence 'What Have I Done to Deserve This?' is one of the essential titles in the career of manchego. Carmen Maura as a demure star where the universe of drugs, sex and women Almodóvar had a Lampreave Chus saying "full bore of you." After the costume was Cecilia Roth.


27 years later, the prestigious New York MoMA yielded a tribute to Almodóvar to not missing important personalities from the world of fashion, like Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld.


'Matador' (1986) is a key film in the universe rather than the Almodovar history, Assumpta Serna and Antonio Banderas as protagonists, along with others of common future, as Carmen Maura, Chus Forqué Lampreave or Veronica, the manager costume. It is the first collaboration between professional Almodóvar and José Maria de Cossio, fundamental to the future here.

A man pop taste pleasure that shone through in these stories close and bizarre appearance of crossed lives, and a lot of hidden traumas unapologetic punk art, Movida lot without being such, the gypsy touch, the suburbs, taste modern film in a Spain still dressed in cap and Andrés Pajares and dandy.

'Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown'

The Mambotaxi of 'Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown "(1988) is a Spanish film icon, a luxury of animal prints which saw a Carmen Maura to limit their control with such good music and as Guillermo Montesinos generous cabbie toupee. A choral work of key women in Almodóvar.


After the success of 'Tie Me Up!' and 'High Heels' Almodóvar female still looking for a story about an actress starring as Forqué Veronica, with her ​​other than her "girls", Rossy de Palma and Victoria Abril. After the costumes we saw the hand of Jose Maria de Cossio exclusive collaboration with two major designers like Gianni Versace and Jean Paul Gaultier.

For this work, José María de Cossio would take a nomination for Best Costume Goya in 1994, award before nearly getting with 'Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown', with 'Tie Me Up!' (1990) and 'High Heels' (1991) and repeated, also with no luck, in 2000, with' All About My Mother "(1999). Five nominations without reward.


Bina was Daigeler who shared a dressing room with Jose Maria de Cossio in 'All About My Mother' and then ordered solo from the movie 'Back' which endow a universe of gorgeous color to Penelope Cruz and other actors such as Carmen Maura, Lola Duenas and Blanca Portillo. A film that earned him a nomination for Best Costume Goya in 2007.

'The Skin I Live In'

In the latest Pedro Almodóvar film presented in public, ' The Skin I Live In ', had a collaborative luxury clothing. None other than Jean-Paul Gaultier and Paco Delgado . Shop for fashion is a key location in the film is none other than the store Corachan and Delgado, owned by Paco Delgado and Bernardo Corachán. Vintage Fashion on film joins together the bodies of a "transformed" Elena Anaya.

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