Cinema, like music, is a big part of our company’s culture. In stores, it is the film posters that are usually noticed first! They have been part of the agnès b. décor from early on and her collection of original film posters is now second to none! Her love of black and white films, the casual elegance of the New Wave, the straight lines of her cut, and the fashion films she directs herself, all pay homage to cinema. It has always been an instinctive source of inspiration for the designer. agnès b. also works on wardrobe for films! Her suits were featured in Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs, and on characters made famous by Uma Thurman and John Travolta in Pulp Fiction. More recently, agnès b. clothing appeared in David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive and Harmony Korine’s Mister Lonely.
Godmother of the Sarajevo International Film Festival since 1996, agnès b. created the Trophy of this festival which 22nd edition just closed. "The Heart of Sarajevo" is the reproduction of the heart created by agnès b. in 1993 in benefit of [...]
On aime le cinéma à la belle étoile!
agnès b. is pleased to support the "Films on the Green 2016" film series. French films under the theme "A summer in Paris," Films on the Green 2016 will offer a striking portrait of the City of Lights, its urban [...]
agnès b. is pleased to support EDM Anthems: French Touch on Film at the French Institute Alliance Française in New York. As part of their weekly CinéSalon, the French Touch on Film series will showcase films about or with soundtracks by French DJs [...]
The best DVD boxset award has been attributed to the agnès b. DVD / Potemkine publications for the "Herzog, Volumes 2 et 3" boxset, during the annual night of the Syndicat Français de la Critique de Cinéma on February 1st at the Cinémathèque [...]
agnès b. is pleased to announce the release of the Stations of the Elevated and the New York Films DVD by director Manfred Kirchheimer. The special double-disc set features the 1981 film Stations of the Elevated, the short films Colossus on the River [...]
Primarily known as a fashion designer, agnès b. is also a cinephile, film director (whose directorial debut My Name is Hmmm... was an official selection of NYFF51) and patron of the arts. It is because of her love and support of film that she was [...]