Léa Seydoux at the Vogue Anniversary Party, September 2010
Designing for the fictional past… In its meticulous creation of the State of Zubrowka in Wes Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, graphic designer Annie Atkins was responsible for every graphic prop in the movie. All perfectly stylish, authentic and vintage fun…
Wes Anderson and cast on the set of The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
"I miss you. I miss not touching each other. Not seeing each other, not breathing in each other. I want you. All the time. No one else."
"I talked to my friend’s 17-year-old daughter about the slang that teenagers use, and this lovely young lady explained that all her friends call one another "bitches", "sluts" and "whores". I also went to clubs in LA with all the girls dressed up in miniskirts and sky-high shoes. That was pretty exotic. Everyone was texting, taking pictures, and I tried to put as much of that in the film [The Bling Ring] as possible. It was almost sci-fi, this idea that living does not count unless you are documenting it. All those things interest me and say so much about our culture, and what is emphasised as important.”