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Bury me in the “Banshee of Inisherin” knit

Maybe it shouldn’t be so surprising: After all, the Oscars do tend to reward a certain type of film when it comes to costume design. A luxurious feast of the times? Elvis and Babylon cover this. An epic feat of world-building fantasy? Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

and Everything Everywhere All At Once got well-deserved nods. Has there ever been a movie that slavishly recreates a moment in fashion history? Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris Hive – Time to stand up.

costume designer Eimer Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh’s work in Banshees may be more subtle, but it’s an equally important storytelling Equipment, whether it’s the brighter and brighter colors Kerry Condon’s Siobhan wears as he begins to contemplate life off the island, or the mysterious village chief Mrs McCormick ( The ominous gloom of the cloak worn by Mrs. McCormick.

Photo: Jonathan Hession

And then there’s those knits – oh, those knits. I may or may not have sighed the first time Farrell hopped across the screen in a royal blue Donegal turtleneck and a charcoal gray wool striped blazer. If it meant I could wear Gleeson’s black coat, I’d cut off my own fingers and roll in the frigid Atlantic wind. But the real highlight, of course, is the ribbed red sweater with a Peter Pan collar that Farrell wears halfway through the film. At this point in the movie, I’m almost salivating.



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