“Vanity Fair” divulgou figurino do próximo filme de Madonna.

A “Vanity Fair” divulgou, nesta sexta-feira, imagens inéditas do próximo filme de Madonna, “W.E.”. As fotos mostram o figurino e as personagens do longa, que se passa na Inglaterra nos anos 1930, fala da abdicação de Eduardo VIII e seu caso com Wallis Simpson, socialite americana e divorciada. Muito moderna para sua época, Wallis também era linda e carismática, e a história de amor entre os dois culminou na renúncia ao trono por parte de Eduardo, que preferiu viver com sua amada a ser rei da Inglaterra.O ensaio estará na edição de setembro da publicação, foi fotografado por Tom Munro, e traz os protagonistas do filme, James D’Arcy, de “Mestre dos Mares – O Lado Mais Distante do Mundo”, como Rei Eduardo VIII e Andrea Riseborough, de “Não Me Abandone Jamais” como Wallis Simpson na West Wycombe House, em Buckinghamshire. O nome por trás dos figurinos lindíssimos é Arianne Phillips, que, surpresa surpresa, trabalhou nos filmes “Direito de Amar” e “Johnny e June”, pelo qual foi indicada ao Oscar, com figurinos igualmente belos. Arianne também foi, por muito tempo, figurinista de Madonna.Segundo a “Vanity Fair”, há cerca de 60 trocas de roupas no filme, ou seja, praticamente uma troca e meia de figurino a cada 1 minuto. Entre as marcas escolhidas pela figurinista estão Dior, Cartier, Dunhill, Chapelaria Stephen Jones e joias Alexis Bittar.

The Vanity Fair” reported, on Friday, unseen footage from the upcoming movie of Madonna’s “WE”. The photos show the costumes and characters of the film, which takes place in England in 1930, speaks of the abdication of Edward VIII and his affair with Wallis Simpson, American socialite and divorcee. Very modern for its time, Wallis was also beautiful and charismatic, and the love story between the two culminated in the resignation to the throne by Edward, who preferred to live with his beloved to be king of Inglaterra.O test will be in the September issue of publication, was photographed by Tom Munro, and brings the film’s protagonists, James D’Arcy, “Master and Commander the Far Side of the World,” as King Edward VIII and Andrea Riseborough, ‘Do not never Leave Me “as Wallis Simpson in West Wycombe House, Buckinghamshire. The name behind the costumes are beautiful Arianne Phillips, who, surprise surprise, it worked in the movies “The Right to Love” and “Walk the Line,” for which he was nominated for an Oscar, also with beautiful costumes. Arianne was also, for a long time, the costume designer Madonna.Segundo Vanity Fair”, about 60 costume changes in the film, ie, almost half a costume change and every 1 minute. Among the brands are chosen by the costume designer Dior, Cartier, Dunhill, Headgear Stephen Jones and Alexis Bittar jewelry.
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Fonte: FFW

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