December 26, 2010 by Post Team
Chateau Marmont, You’ve probably seen in the tabloids, the actor Johnny Marco lives in the legendary Chateau Marmont hotel in Hollywood. He has a Ferrari to move in, and a steady stream of girls and pills to stay with. Comfortably numb, Johnny drift along. Then her 11 year old daughter Cleo of her failed marriage arrives unexpectedly at the castle. Johnny encourage their meeting face to where it is in life and confront the question we all need what path you take in life? Before Sofia Coppola opens his new film, “Somewhere” in U.S. theaters on Wednesday, the director sat down for an interview with stylelist.
Eyes of Coppola were refined through a long association with the fashion industry, including launching his own brand with a college friend (MilkFed which the partners have since sold their Japanese investors). It began as a 15-year-old with a dream internship at Chanel in Paris, working near the Kaiser himself, Karl Lagerfeld.
“He was very friendly and very nice,” Coppola recalled, looking relaxed in a gray sweater and brown corduroy pants Celine his friend Marc Jacobs. “I thought it would be more intimidating, but it was very mild with trainees, and it was just interesting for me to see someone so creative that does many different things.”
Coppola has happened to much other collaborative fashion industry, including design of a handbag and shoe line with Louis Vuitton and a permanent relationship shooting commercials for perfumes Dior (which was released in the next 2011).
“Somewhere” is the story of a dissolute actor (Johnny Marco, played by Stephen Dorff) living in Los Angeles Marmont famous castle, whose life begins to make sense after a visit from his daughter neglected Cleo, played by Elle Fanning. Fashion in the film is subtle Dorff spends most of his time in the 1940 vintage boots Red Wing, beat-up Levi’s and hip T-shirts.
“California is much more causal,” said Coppola, who considers himself in California, while living in Paris and was born in New York City. “New Yorkers are a little more dressed -. They are close to Europe perhaps farther east you go But I feel like nowadays, the Internet; it is not as huge difference when I was a child, when you see a big difference between locations, because everyone looks the same references. “
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