The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: they determine the best movies of the year. Us: we
determine the best-looking stuff from the best movies of the year. You: read below and then pick up one or
two of those things. Like some sunglasses. Or a superyacht.
Izod Lacoste 707F Sunglasses
On Screen: They shielded Christian Bale’s face from UV rays. And the glare coming off Amy
Adams’s cleavage. Off Screen: You’ll wear these oversized gold-framed aviators to channel your inner 1970s
con artist. Silk cravat and awful toupee completely optional.
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A Hat from McConaughey’s Hat Guys
On Screen: You saw McConaughey erase all lingering memories of The Wedding Planner
while wearing an impressive, high-crowned, four-inch-brimmed cowboy hat. Off Screen: You’ll commission an exact replica of this hat from the same San
Antonio–based milliners that Mac regularly uses. Of course he has a hat guy...
THE GREAT BEAUTY
Cesare Attolini Bespoke Suits
On Screen: Toni Servillo gallivanted in a few of these around Rome. The result was a
sprezzatura overload. And a Best Foreign Picture nomination. Off Screen: You’ll get fitted for a couple custom suits from the Naples-based tailor who
handled wardrobe on the picture. Naples and tailor: two words that go wonderfully together.
INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS
A 1924 Gibson L-1
On Screen: Llewyn played one while cutting a studio track with Justin Timberlake and that
guy from Girls. Off Screen: It’s 90 years old. And very few still remain on this planet with all the
original hardware. So, yeah, maybe not the guitar you set fire to on stage.
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET
A Gigantic Yacht
On Screen: DiCaprio defiled this 145-foot vessel (complete with an in-deck hot tub). Then
he sank a computer-generated version of it into the Mediterranean. Off Screen: You’ll call up the company chartering the ship and hire it when you want to
do some deep-sea fishing. Or federal-agent bribing.