Cruella: Creating Covetable Fashion
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Are you getting as excited to see Cruella as I am?
I want to say I saw the original at a drive-in on a twin bill out of the back of an Oldsmobile station wagon.
And I also want to say that Cruella de Vil scared the living heck out of me, even in the company of my mom and dad.
However, I will say that the combo of the children’s voices, the spots (penned by Rolly Crump), and the animation, which somehow seems “realer” than anything done recently, keep my mind on Pongo, Perdita, and the gang.
So, I think that Cruella might be one of my first jaunts out of quarantine.
Given the visual spectacle promised by the trailers, it might just provide as memorable an experience to my 10-year-old as I had in the old “family truckster.”
A Sneak Peek
But, honestly, the layers of the movie seem deeper than anything but what was produced by Walt’s own MultiPlane camera.
Today, EW.com posted about the fashions of the film.
“We’re in a fashion world,” he tells EW of the film, which stars Emma Stone in the title role, a young nobody with designer dreams. “That made it much more complicated because everybody’s going to have their fashion lens on as well. [We] run the risk of it taking you out of the film if you’re not buying what they’re selling.”
That meant Oscar-winning costume designer Jenny Beavan (A Room with a View, Mad Max: Fury Road) couldn’t merely make expressive costumes — they also had to double as gorgeous, covetable fashion.
Check out one more of the pictures out of EW.com:
See out the full article (and more new Cruella Pics) here. And then enjoy the trailer!