Thursday, March 20, 2008
Wes Wenderson's Clothing Text
Earlier today I was talking to Xandra about Wes Anderson films. We both enjoy his superb story-telling skills and his eye for detail.
Ergo, when I saw this picture of his on the Sartorialist today, I thought, 'how apropos!'
This outfit translates him very nicely to me. He's such a poetic blend of careful detail and idiosyncrasy.
And for those of you who might not yet be on the Wes Anderson ship, might I recommend Rushmore? It's simply superb.
graph per sartorialist
Labels: Film Review, Is clothing "text"
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Ok, Bri, Bottlerock has got to be one of the best films out there. Tell me you concur...?
corduroy, visual talent, and corduroy. love this! love wes!
the nerdy/chic never left the room!!
Rushmore all the way for me.
this explains much. i know why this rates high in your book....
Comedy Central is showing The Royal Tenenbaums just now and I noticed Raleigh St. Clair's corduroy jacket. Ha. Anderson must have swiped it from Raleigh's wardrobe. Is cord 'in,' would you say?
Or Jen, wardrobe swiped that cord jacket from Wes, ha!
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