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Marie Antoinette

November 15, 2008

Wow – with films like Lost in Translation being an iconic film of this era, Sophia Coppola’s following film would always be met with a very eagle eye.

I see Marie Antoinette (2006) as a flamboyant and exquisite film that reflects relevance to a present day audience. Its candy like exterior and opulent images can be seen through its colours and cinematography but can mainly be seen through its COSTUMES!

The first woman of fashion.

The following fashion feast is thanks to Milena Canonero (costume designer for A Clockwork Orange) and her wonderful team. A deserved Oscar came their way and the shoes were created by Manolo Blahnik!

I have selected my favourite images from the film below, I have about 30 more if anyone wants to see them just contact me!

One of my most favourite images of the film is accompanied by the following dialogue:

“It’s not too much is it?”

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Marie with the up-to-date gothic chic makeup:

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Who does she think she is? The best female ever quite clearly.

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Pink, petals, cake. What else more could you ever want from life?

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Yep.

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Mustard and periwinkle. Lush.

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WOW. i die

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The girls put on their glad rags to go to the new SATC movie. (Their maids dress them for the latest opera)

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Baby pink not looking chavvy for once.

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The maid out shining the queen!

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Yes that is a ship on her head. The first signs of nautical chic.

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It makes me proud to live in an age of creative, inspiring, and powerful women when Sophia Coppola generates images like this. i die.

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