Arguably the most influential actor of all time, Brando evoked such feeling whether it be fury or untamed lust. Above all, the temperamental Brando brought a very unique and intense passion to his work. A sound role-model, don’ t you think?-wife-beating and mafia-matters aside.
Last Tango in Paris seems to be getting a lot of attention from the femmes right now due to Maria Schneider’s apparel. However, Brando’s Paul should also be given due credit. A suave 70s style that incorporates structured jackets, tailored pants, woolen ties and that ever-present crew tee. That is of course when they’re actually wearing something.
Images from SMH, Wikipedia & Britannica
Yes, I will link you. By the way, Marlon Brando is my all time favourite actor, and a street car named desire is one of my favourite films.Great post.
He is so enigmatic as Kowalski in Streetcar. An undoubtable style icon. He was so diesel in that film and yet so vulnerable and fragile even. You have inspired me to do a post soon about this…more soon!!
oddly enough yesterday i saw last Tango in Paris for the first time and I’m still trying to recover… such a wonderful movie, and Brandon is OVER-THE-TOP.