Lights! Camera! Fashion! A New A24 Book Explores How Directors Dress

There’s a brilliant photograph of Sofia Coppola on the set of Marie Antoinette in which she appears, mid stride, amid dozens of actors dressed in 18th-century courtly attire: britches and elaborate waistcoats on the men, robes à la françaises on the women, white powdered wigs on all. Coppola, meanwhile, is dressed in a white men’s button-up shirt by Charvet, layered tanks, and a pair of dark slacks. In the swirl of all that pastel-toned period finery, she cuts a rather amusing figure. “I like to have a bunch when I’m shooting,” she told Self Service magazine of her Charvet shirts, “so I don’t have to think about what I’m wearing.” Read more at Vogue