With gorgeous clothes, scenery and two of the hottest stars on the planet, The Tourist, which opens on December 25th is sure to be a visual blockbuster. The movie stars Johnny Depp as a lovelorn American vacationing in Venice when he meets a mysterious woman played by Angelina Jolie. We’re already drooling over Angelina’s classic old Hollywood wardrobe of pencil skirts and pointy heels by Salvatore Ferragamo
Angelina Jolie’s is seen adoning a ravishing Salvatore Ferragamostiletto worn by Jolie throughout the film and available now at a store near you. The Italian accessories house created a hundred versions of the iconic design in different heights, with and without platforms, in leather, suede, satin, and sequins, to slip into a variety of Angelina's scenes. Two of those styles—limited edition four-plus-inches pumps in black leather and bisque suede with a metallic tipped heel—appear in shops this week. Buy some for the secret agent in you.
Angelina Jolie in the Tourist shopping guide:
1)BCBG MaxAzria, Draped Cowl Neckl Dress, – A long luxe white dress with a draped neckline will give you Angelina Jolie’s sophistication in an instant.
2)Cardow, 14K White Gold Diamond Earrings, – For serious glam, these leaf shaped earrings featuring 207 brilliant cut diamonds set in white gold are the best to get the look.
3)Ice.com, 1/8 Carat Diamond 10K White Gold Leverback Earrings,– If you are looking for something mid-range, we love the leaf pattern in these diamond earrings.
4)Sears Canada, Beverly Hills Silver Hanging Earring, -For a more affordable price, a pair of hanging sparkling earrings will give the same dazzling effect.
Talking about Academy Award-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood,the designer showed a keen ability in constructing sometimes unforgettable but appropriate wardrobes, with a bookcase full of awards to prove her excellence.
Before beginning her career as a costumer, Atwood worked as a fashion consultant in Seattle, moving to New York City, NY in 1980 to attend NYU's film school.
She earned her first Oscar nomination for her sweeping 1860s-era gowns in Gillian Armstrong's "Little Women" (1994). Surprising no one, Atwood once again won the Oscar for Best Costume Design at the 78th Annual Academy Awards. In a bit of an departure from the period pieces, Atwood won her first Emmy for decking out dapper Tony Bennett and guests on "Tony Bennett: An American Classic" (NBC, 2006) and remained firmly in the present-day to design costumes for the perennial Tom Cruise summer blockbuster, "Mission Impossible III" (2006).