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American Gigolo is not about its protagonist, it is about what he wears. American Gigolo is about Armani.
Gena Rowlands’ costumes as Gloria evocate character through a fashionable capsule wardrobe.
Sonia Grande’s costume design for Midnight in Paris offers everything we expect of 1920s Paris and the contemporary nouveau riche.
The most exquisite fashion promo ever made.
Anuvahood showcases urban wear swagger. If you want to belong, you must fit in.
Tarantino, without the extraneous dialogue.