Giorgio Armani Designs Film Set For New Movie, Paranoia

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  • The film – which stars Amber Heard, Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman and Liam Hemsworth – features a beautiful set designed by the Italian fashion house

    Giorgio Armani has collaborated with director Robert Luketic to design a full film set for his hotly anticipated new thriller, Paranoia.

    The film, which stars Liam Hemsworth, Gary Oldman, Amber Heard and Harrison Ford, is the most significant artistic project for Armani’s branch-off, Amarni/Casa and signals a new era for Amarni creatively.

    The Italian fashion house worked with closely with production designer David Brisbin to involve Amarni/Casa’s design into key moments throughout the film.

    The apartment Amarni/Casa created belongs to Adam Cassidy – who is played by Liam Hemsworth – and exudes a luxurious but functional feeling. The set features sofas, lamps, tables and chairs combined to create an elegance and sophistication which has an undeniable mark of Armani about it.

    Giorgio Armani also worked closely with the costume designer Luca Mosca to create Harrison Ford’s character’s wardrobe, which includes midnight blue suits and cement grey blazers and stay true to Armani’s famous alignment with world-class tailoring.

    Giorgio said: ‘Collaborating with David Brisbin on his vision for this movie provided me with the opportunity to showcase Armani/Casa on film in a way that is absolutely believable and appropriate to the story. Working with Luca Mosca and my long-time friend Harrison Ford to create a wardrobe for a villain was also fun.’

    Giorgio Amarni pioneered the idea of designers playing parts in costume design in film when he dressed Richard Gere and Lauren Hutton in the now cult American Gigolo in 1980. Since then, hundreds of films have incorporated designs by Giorgio Armani, including Shaft, Double Jeopardy, Ocean’s Thirteen, Fair Game, The Dark Knight Rises, The Social Network and Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.


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