Zabriskie Point (1970) Michelangelo Antonioni Los Angeles,1969. La fuga e l'amore nel deserto negli anni del consumismo e della contestazione. Los Angeles 1969. Love, escape and the desert in the years of consumerism and protest. American Beauty (2000) Sam Mendes "A volte c'è...

It's also the name of Michelangelo Antonioni's most abstract movie. So the elegance of the reporter who comes home with his double in a brown suit, breasted and straight trousers on a faded green shirt... "

but who are ‘Michelangelos' of the 'Make Over' world?(to appropriate some much-quoted RuPaul!!)And, of course, that all-important question: Who are the best artists to look up to? Inspired by myriad muses, they work in different hues and showcase several styles. Yet, their highly individual...

The new Kitsuné Spring/Summer 11 collection is inspired by Michelangelo Antonioni's 1975 film "The Passenger": the effortless elegance of Jack Nicholson's character – his jeep stuck in the desert, checked shirt tied around his waist and a tiny hat to protect him from the blistering sun,...

Dad was France's most adored singer-songwriter, who occasionally recorded songs with X-rated content (1984's controversial duet with his daughter, "Lemon Incest," still sends a chill down the spine), and her mother was doing full-frontal nude scenes in Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film...

Kit, from yesterday, than with this Brooks Barbican Shoulder Bag . I have this one here in the office. It feels as secure and rugged as it looks. This may will clearly outlive a lifetime as their saddles have. Comes in a slipbag for pre-riding protection. Here's how the Barbican Bag came to...

) Tomas Maier really had another director in mind, though—the Italian Michelangelo Antonioni, who started out in monochrome neorealism before introducing startling Technicolor into his repertoire in the classic Red Desert. That was kind of the order of things with the clothes the designer...

Michelangelo Antonioni's italian series: L'Aveventura, La Notte and L'Eclisse are cinematic masterpieces. With Blow-Up however, he mocks David Hemmings (David Bailey) a fashion photographer during London's Swinging Sixties who gets himself wrapped up in a murder mystery. A very young Jane...

Watch Blow-up (or rewatch it) and you will probably find what you need ;) Blow-up, directed by Michelangelo Antonioni (1966), is one of our favourites films of all time! London in the 60s, realism, photography, fashion, sensuality, aesthetic, youth, art, and post-modern desires:...

Make time for a film or two, even if you can't travel all the way to Europe to be lost in a foreign Italian city! Films include these not-to-be-missed titles: I mille di Garibaldi by Alessandro Blasetti BELLISSIMA (BeautifuL) by Luchino Visconti LE AMICHE (The Girlfriends) by Michelangelo...

 

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