willie wonka part 3, willie wonka. he’s eccentric and makes chocolate for a living. done.
1: welcome to the factory: suit by paul smith, shirt by dries van noten, tie by dunhill, shoes by hermes, hat by ferragamo
2: in the land of vermicious kenids: coat by burberry prorsum, pants and shoes by paul smith, hat by paul smith
3: taking a spin in the glass elevator: coat by prada, shirt and tie by louis vuitton, pants and shoes by dries van noten, hat by ferragamo
continuing with willie wonka at the behest of kristina (http://lucaluca.tumblr.com) i give you violet beauregarde. in the book and both films, violet is depicted as fiercely competitive. this spirit is illustrated with her gum chewing titles and her friendly rivalry with fellow competitor, cornelia, ha. anyway, violet always seemed to be simple in contrast to her counterpart, veruca. that doesn’t mean she was exactly kind though. she doesn’t seem the type that would grow up to be a fashion plate so i’m sure her style would take the backseat to her competitions. however, simple doesn’t mean she couldn’t be chic.
1: hi cornelia, sweetheart: pants and shoes by ralph lauren, sweatshirt by dries van noten, coat by charlotte ronson
2: you’re turning violet, violet!: skirt and top by oscar de la renta, scarf by dries van noten, tights and shoes by prada
3: off to the chocolate factory: coat by dries van noten, dress by marc jacobs, tights and shoes by celine