We're used to hearing about a fashion designer dressing an actor in a film, but dressing a set?
Armani worked with production designer David Brisbin to incorporate Armani/Casa sofas, lamps, tables and chairs into key moments of the film. When the young, up-and-coming businessman Adam Cassidy (Hemsworth) moves into a new, luxrurious apartment, the Armani/Casa pieces are apparently a sign that he's made it.
Armani, who has a long history of creating wardrobe for such films as "American Gigolo," "Shaft" and "The Untouchables," also collaborated with costume designer Luca Mosca on wardrobe for the character played by Harrison Ford.
What I'm really looking forward to is seeing the vintage 1990s suits Armani is providing for Leonardo DiCaprio in the upcoming film "Wolf of Wall Street," directed by Martin Scorsese.
ALSO:Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times