Giorgio Armani dresses ‘Paranoia’
Designer Giorgio Armani has turned his hand to set design, helping to add a stylish flair to the interiors on new film Paranoia, starring Liam Hemsworth, Amber Heard, Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman.
The Italian designer has designed costumes for the upcoming Hollywood thriller, and also shows off his interior design skills.
Back in 1980 Giorgio Armani first burst into American movie and fashion culture with his slick outfits for Richard Gere in Paul Schrader’s hit film “American Gigolo.”
Now he’s returned to the silver screen for “Paranoia,” Robert Luketic’s film starring Hollywood legends Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman alongside up-and-comers Liam Hemsworth and Amber Heard.
The Italian designer created suits for the characters, including his old friend Ford and also helped dress the set with interior design elements from his Armani Casa line.
Working with production designer David Brisbin, Armani placed signature Armani Casa sofas, lamps, tables and chairs in the luxurious modern apartment moved into by Hemsworth’s character.
“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.”
“Paranoia” hits movie theaters in the US on August 8.