News: 5 Designers Create Wardrobe for Iconic Movies

Despite the busy fashion week schedules, these designers manage to create special outfits for Hollywood’s notable movies


1. Fendi for “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

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In Wes Anderson’s latest work, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Fendi showcases their high craftsmanship in crafting beautiful fur pieces for the main characters.


2. Frida Gianini from Gucci for “Rush”


Scouring the past Gucci archives for the movie, Frida Gianini pulls off glamorous seventies dressing for the two main roles, played by Olivia Wilde and Chris Hemsworth.


3. Giorgio Armani for “Wolf of Wall Street,” “The Counsellor”and “Man of Tai Chi”

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Power suiting is no longer the thing of the ‘90s as Giorgio Armani dressed the cast of “Wolf of Wall Street” (Leonardo DiCaprio included) in dashing signature suits. In another movie, the Armani suit manages to complete the thrills and tactics of Michael Fassbender, who plays the lawyer in “The Counsellor.” Meanwhile, Keanu Reeves wears Giorgio Armani suit throughout the movie he starred and directed in, “Man of Tai Chi.”

4. Brooks Brothers for “The Great Gatsby”


For Baz Luhmann’s epic remake of “The Great Gatsby,” British prominent shirt-and-suit maker Brooks Brothers came in handy creating sets of standout wardrobe for the suave Mr. Gatsby.


5. Tom Ford for James Bond’s series


After “Quantum of Solace,” Tom Ford worked his sharp, immaculately fitting suits on Daniel Craig again as James Bond in “Skyfall.”