Goldmember (2002, directed by Jay Roach), the final film (so far) in the Austin Powers series again shifts its timeline. However, rather than a negligible, though comparatively significant, jump from late to very late 1960s,[…]
It’s the most celebrated, the most special, the most significant watch of all time; Rolex is symbolic of many things in the movies: style, wealth, attitude, and perhaps most importantly, taste. That is not to[…]
This is part 2 (part 1 HERE) of an expanded article Clothes on Film editor Christopher Laverty wrote for men’s style resource MR PORTER analysing Michael Caine’s suits in The Italian Job. This post covers[…]
The following is an expanded article Clothes on Film editor Christopher Laverty wrote for men’s style resource MR PORTER analysing Michael Caine’s suits in The Italian Job. This post covers all the costumes he wore[…]
Costume Designer Lindy Hemming talks exclusively to Clothes on Film about her work on The Dark Knight Rises.
Christopher Nolan once again shows his appreciation for costume in this immensely satisfying end to the Dark Knight trilogy.
Michael Caine created Jack Carter, yet his immaculate blue mohair suit was more than a little responsible for creating the myth.
Michael Caine is the epitome of badly folded cool.
Idly plotted and then tempered by a blunt ending. All of a sudden the viewer is left pondering ‘eh?’ as Pinter apparently run out of room on his pad.