Discovering Fashion in Cinema
Fashion and Cinema have often worked together to highlight what makes the other so special, from iconic outfits to memorable scenes that last with you forever. In each case the care and effort taken to build worlds in which we lose ourselves and the role that fashion plays is often overlooked. On this episode we dig into this rich tapestry and give you an insight into fashion in cinema.
On this week’s episode of Blazon, I’m talking to Suzanne Ferriss, who is professor emeritus at Nova Southeastern University. She has published extensively on fashion, film and cultural studies. She’s the author of The Cinema of Sofia Coppola, which considers the central role of fashion and its various manifestations to Coppola’s films exploring fashion’s primacy in every cinematic dimension.
You can find Suzanne online at:
- Website: https://suzanneferriss.com/
- The Cinema of Sofia Coppola: https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/the-cinema-of-sofia-coppola-9781350176645/
You can also read a transcription of this interview over in our Journal or by clicking here at Discovering Fashion in Cinema.
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