[I]f there’s one woman referenced at least once in a Gucci show, it’s Margot Tenenbaum. The delightful appeal of geek-chic clumpy footwear, 70s style faux fur, heavy khol-rimmed eyes and a preppy Lacoste dress hasn’t been lost on the runway. And rising Insta-illustrator to know Manjit Thapp has created an entire zine celebrating Wes Anderson’s stylish femme fatales.
“I love his work so much both visually and the stories he tells,” the Camberwell College of Art graduate tells Hunger. “There’s so much attention to detail and I love his use of colour, it’s something I try to translate into my own work.” The most stylish character of them all? “I think for me it has to be a Tenenbaum, so Etheline or Margot,” she says. “I love how Etheline looks so put together throughout the movie in her variation of pastel coloured suits. I also love how the siblings mix sportswear with more smarter pieces.”