A Scorpio Fashion Icon You Need To Know From Marvel

Are you a Marvel fan? Did you watch the Avengers 4? I still don’t get the tickets, which is so sad. Marvel invited many famous movie stars to be their heroes. In Doctor Strange, Tilda Swinton acts as Ancient One of my favorite characters. Tilda Swinton is not only an excellent British actress but also a trendy fashion icon. She has collaborated with Viktor & Rolf. “In 2013, she was named as one of the fifty best-dressed over 50 by The Guardian, and often appears on International Best Dressed Lists.” “She was ranked one of the best-dressed women in 2018 by fashion website Net-a-Porter.”

These are the collection of Tilda Swinton with Gentle Monster which is a Korean eyewear brand. Here is the evaluation from Gentle monster US:

“Gentle Monster has always been an avid admirer of Ms. Swinton’s artistry. Whether through film, photography or performance art, her vision and aesthetic is in-line with the Gentle Monster DNA. Not only is she Gentle Monster’s muse, but she also represents the core identity of what Gentle Monster is all about.”

Gentle Monster U.S. vice president Taye Yun
Photographs by Mario Sorrenti, Styled by George Cortina; Hair by Akki at Art Partner; Makeup by Diane Kendal for Marc Jacobs Beauty At Julian Watson Agency; Manicures by Honey for Marc Jacobs Beauty at Exposure NY.

Tilda Swinton’s fashion is fearless. She shows architectural shapes through her wearing. The colors are always simple but fierce. There is no reason except herself that she is the one in Chanel’s ads and the characters in each film. Tilda Swinton talked about how she became an accidental fashion icon in an interview with Angela Matusik. If you have more interests in her, you can also find tons of articles on Bazaar, Vogue, and any other fashion website.

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