7 of the best fashion moments from sofia coppola's films
The director’s vision is more felt in fashion than ever, from the modest prairie dresses in ‘The Virgin Suicides’ to the highly stylized looks in ‘Marie Antoinette.’
bill murray is starring in sofia coppola’s new film
Who’s ready for a ‘Lost in Translation’ 2.0? Us! We are!
see sofia coppola open up on grace coddington's new show
From directing an opera with Valentino, to her chance encounter with Helmut Newton on the day of his death.
sofia coppola says paramount studios was 'afraid' to release 'the virgin suicides'
The director shares fresh details, in light of the film receiving a new special-edition DVD release by the Criterion Collection.
sofia coppola defends 'the beguiled' from backlash
“To treat slavery as a side-plot would be insulting.”
sofia coppola on her unexpectedly gory southern gothic
Fresh off of her Best Director win at Cannes for ‘The Beguiled,’ Sofia discusses feminism, the perverse appeal of horror, and how she filmed that sponge bath between Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell.
kirsten dunst refused to lose weight for 'the beguiled' because fried chicken
The actress had good reason for resisting Sofia Coppola's diet suggestion while shooting in rural Louisiana.
catch an extended look at sofia coppola’s new gothic thriller
Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning show how dangerous ladies can be in the menacing full trailer for 'The Beguiled.'
sofia coppola explores first kisses and crushes for calvin klein’s new underwear campaign
Kirsten Dunst, Maya Hawke, and Lauren Hutton star in the brand's black-and-white underwear ads for spring/summer 17.
watch the first trailer for 'the beguiled,' sofia coppola's erotic southern gothic
Playing residents of a 19th century Virginia boarding school during the Civil War, Nicole Kidman, Elle Fanning, and Kirsten Dunst put on stately Southern accents. Wounded Union Army soldier Colin Farrell keeps his Irish one.
meet nancy steiner, hollywood's indie queen of costuming
The veteran costume designer on the golden age of music videos, working on the new 'Twin Peaks', and Hollywood pay gaps.
revisiting ‘marie antoinette’s’ complicated portrait of girlhood
‘Marie Antoinette,’ Sofia Coppola’s lush yet controversial biopic of history’s most infamously opulent monarch, opened in cinemas ten years ago today. We look back at its divisive critical reception and its portrayal of coming of age.