Pedro Almodóvar’s Most Stylish Films

By Hannah Tindle

“For me, fashion in a film has two very important aspects,” Pedro Almodóvar told the New York Times in 1994. “On the one hand it establishes aesthetically the film, because colour is important. I establish a palette of colours like a painter, only I work in the three-dimensional. On the other hand, costumes give information about the character, the work they do, their state of being, how they feel. Costumes are anything but superficial elements of a film.” Indeed,…

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