Though people don't see this, discrimination, happens everywhere all the time. In fashion, people get discriminated, all the time just because of what they wear. People are discriminated on things that they could never change, now the world has developed more and more things such as skin colour can be changed. This is changing who you are.
'Edward Scissorhands' is a film that deals with this issue, a man with scissors as hands, wearing a leather suit, who can do marvellous things yet people call him a freak.
I love this film because it address' this issue, and though most people find him 'weird' there are a selective few, who look past it and care for him. I also love this film because of the atmosphere. It is classically american with pastel coloured houses and the community in which words travel as quick as fire spreads. I mean I also have a love of this film due to my love for Johnny Depp but that is a different matter.. It is hard to imagine myself in that sort of surrounding they have in the film, it all seems so enclosed. Everything and every detail is paid attention to, the clothes and the housing matches perfectly.
The last thing I love about this film is the contrast between edward and the people, especially the clothing, I would of loved to have been in an era were you could wear clothes like the ladies in this film, where everything is bright and there are weird patterns and no one minds. Edward with all his leather and straps, I also love, it reminds me of the gothic issue I addressed below.
Fashion relevance to this subject...
|Meadham Kirchhoff Spring/Summer 2012|
|Anna Sui Spring/Summer 2012|
|Viktor & Rolf Spring/Summer 2012|