Attire on ‘Dune’, ‘The Green Knight’ and more: All about the best costumes of the award season

“You can change the look by opening the skirt folds, loosening the large cuffs or taking off the sleeves,” says Cantini Parrini, who estimates that he has created more than 700 costumes for the musical film. His inspiration ranged from high fashion to 18th century watercolors. “The nobles wear pastel suits made of organza and silk. Each garment is made of two layers of differently colored organza to achieve a watercolor effect, ”he says. “I wanted to reinforce the weight of the bourgeoisie, a social class that is always dedicated to work and self-fulfillment, by using darker tones that change from black to brown to gray. So to emphasize their social commitment, I introduced pieces of heavy weight but still flowing silk. “Meanwhile, the nuns’ costumes were inspired by both Balenciaga’s 60s silhouettes and” working class elements. “

“We aimed to create something fresh and emphasize each character’s individual personality,” says Cantini Parrini of his collaboration with director Joe Wright. “Our goal was to express the true essence of the characters and allow the audience to easily identify them thanks to the costume.”

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