People used to refer to what was held in these things as ‘mecca’. Massimo Osti in front of one of the containers which held part of his 35000 piece clothing archive (vintage and of his own design), #Bologna late 90s.
‘Casting By’ puts the spotlight on filmmaking’s unsung heroes – the casting director – and takes us on a fast-paced journey through the last half century of Hollywood history from an entirely new perspective. Pioneers like Marion Dougherty and Lynn Stalmaster were iconoclasts whose exquisite taste and gut instincts helped to put the final nail in the coffin of the old studio system and usher in the New Hollywood with movies like ‘Midnight Cowboy’.
When *Big Time* Italian stars used to go to New York in the 80s, they always, no matter what they to put on to go outside, wore white Massimo Osti-designed Stone Island jackets inside to pad around their hotel rooms. The legendary #LucioDalla photographed here by the almost equally legendary Luigi Ghirri in New York, 1984... taken from the Ideas from Massimo Osti book AVAILABLE NOW: http://ideasfrom.massimoosti.com/