You know how I like the movies from Wes Anderson, don’t you? I was pretty spoiled as I got the chance to attend the premiere screening before the official release on April 11th, and as expected I really enjoyed it.
Japan, Wes Anderson, stop-motion animated movie, detailed sceneries, cute dogs… the perfect mix to spend a good time.
A japanese kind of Sunday
“Daimyo, seigneurs de la Guerre au Japon” 3 part exhibition ( here at Guimet museum)
And this weekend, as my SO couldn’t make it to watch it the first time, I decided to watch it with him a second time (this time with french voices… to compare with the original version in English).
Our Sunday plan was almost fully Japanese as we combined the “Isle of dogs” with a “Daimyo, seigneurs de la guerre au Japon” exhibition about the powerful lords Daimyo at the Guimet museum, just to remain into the Japanese ambiance.
So here are a few shots taken during this visit, to plunge back into the XV-XIXth century with these Japanese warriors, to admire their armors, helmets and ornaments with so many mind-blowing details.
“Le corps analogue”: 3rd part of the Daimyo exhibition, by George Henry Longly at Palais de Tokyo
About my outfit, nothing very sophisticated on my side with this heat: I was proudly wearing my Teeshirt from the movie and I couldn’t refrain myself to take a few characters for a walk during this Sunday afternoon. (English translation by Quiterie)
Eyebrow crayon Brow Drama Pomade « Châtain » Maybelline NY
Mascara “Volume effet faux cil Waterproof” YSL
Lipstick “Authentique 302 Mademoiselle” Rouge Baiser
Nailpolish “Red Apple” Color Show Maybelline NY