Cruella's villainism-fashionism is premiering next week.
If a big part of your childhood was watching 101 Dalmatians over and over again, you're in luck.
Next week, on May 28th, to be exact, Disney's Cruella movie is releasing on Disney+ and people couldn't help but notice the protagonist's, played by Glenn Close back in 1996 and now by Emma Stone, dress code: villainy with a (big) hint of leather power.
Placed in '70s London, a decade marked by the punk rock revolution, it's natural that its visuals are darker in punky aesthetics. With a goal of portraying the dog-murder-for-fashion origin story, the award-winning costume designer Jenny Beavan bet on contrasting powerful black leather fits with Cruella's striking bicolor hair.
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The remarkable fits shown in the movie trailer highlight the protagonist's personality as a young stylist, eager to grow in her career and show her full potential.
Cruella's passion for fashion clashes with a rival played by Emma Thompson — another character filled with strong fits and full of Haute Couture references such as Dior and Balenciaga.
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Speaking of strong leather fits, come check the striking fits of Grammy-nominated singer Giveon.