Friday 8 June 2012

The Home of... Mick Jagger and Anita pallenberg in Performance

Bohemian Interior Inspiration: Mick Jagger sitting pretty in Performance
Cecil, Mick Jagger and Anita Pallenberg on the set of Performance
Mick Jagger and Anita Pallenberg in Performance: Textiles in Purple and red mixed with lace xx

Mick and Anita In Performance: Plenty of throws, and mixed textiles

Anita Pallenberg and Moroccan Style light in "That Dress"

An Orange patchwork Throw and Brass Wine Glasses
Have you ever seen a film that you wished you could pause and step into just so you could look at the interiors? Eat, pray, love (that bedroom), Before sunset (her flat), The aunts house in practical Magic (well pointed out Kath) and this film do that for me. I would love to go in and study it all :)

Performance is a strange film, think gangster's, bisexual sex and violence mixed with a fair bit of hammy acting and posing....a true 60's Rock star film...... but the interiors are so very beautiful. Heavy on Moroccan textiles, accessories, lace, brass and opulent furniture. Divine :)

Plus it has Mick Jagger (legend) and the iconic Anita Pallenberg in that beautiful Vintage Piano Shawl worn above as a dress. Swoon!!

How about you guys, any film sets that have inspired you? xxx Gabi xxx


Kath said...

"Have you ever seen a film that you wished you could pause and step into just so you could look at the interiors?"

The Aunts house in "Practical magic"!

Moon to Moon said...

Oh yes!!!!
That is one of my favourites
well pointed out, I am editing this post to mention that one
xxx gabi xxx

Leslie in Adams Morgan said...

The movie "Hideous Kinky" with Kate Winslet.

aroluna said...

well, I don't know, but I can pause over and over to watch Mick ;DD

Linda said...

I have to agree with Kath...hands down the house in Practical Magic...fantastic...
Love the textiles in these rooms...especially the reds & purples...:)

flaming hag folkwear said...

yay, someone else mentioned "hideous kinky"! i'm not sure audiences were intended to aspire to the movie's accommodations, given the characters' rather dire financial situation, but it is still very lovely :) and in the same vein, ms. dinsmoor's decaying estate in the 1998 film version of "great expectations" is also very inspiring. as much as i favor eclectic, bohemian flavored interiors, i do sometimes find myself drawn to slightly more spare designs like the dark chocolate walls with white trim in "for pete's sake" (nevermind streisand's clothing!) as well as the sets of "she killed in ecstasy" (again, some of the clothes plus the exterior locations...and campiness).

Moth Rah said...

The imaginarium of dr parnassus. Stunning costumes and Theatre sets.

PoppyWorld said...

The best exotic marigold hotel

Unknown said...

Fave movie of all time... and biggest fashion & interior inspiration... based a whole collection off this film. :)

Marisa said...

Definitely Practical Magic house, also Mrs Dinsmore's (sp?) delapidated Florida mansion in Great Expectations and the holiday house in Blame it on Rio :)

Unknown said...

Roman Polanski films always have great interiors: Two of my favorites are The Tenant (boho Paris apartment to die for) and Rosemary's Baby (The Dakota in NY).