If you are asked to remember and to tell how Steve Jobs looked at the presentations, you will certainly not hesitate to list its famous blue jeans Levi's, a black turtleneck, and, of course, gray shoes New Balance (to better stage run). When he came in this form for the first time, introducing the iPod, it looks stylish. But how surprised people Jobs approach to their mind when they realized that their looks is repeated - a presentation on the iPhone, iPad... then new and fresh, but one and the same.
Yes, Steve hardly cared in the last years of his life about being fashionable. But did you know there was a time when this his "uniform" and did not smell, and Jobs loved to dress up?
interesting details transpired interview with Lisa Jensen (Lisa Jensen), costume designer who worked on the upcoming film Steve Jobs with Ashton Kutcher in the lead role. She tried to make the clothes in the film correspond to different periods of the life of the protagonist. She had a good try and do some research to find the right clothes. Jensen focused on the "real mode people" of a certain period of time, as well as the particular climatic regions, where the action unfolds. Most of the action takes place in Los Altos / Palo Alto / San Francisco, California, something shot in the Reed College (Reed College), Oregon, as well as in India and Hawaii. In addition, the designer has found a lot of information on the Internet. She helped archivist who found the unique details of the "out of the bins."
Jensen said that some of the wardrobe items were taken from the thrift stores in the Los Angeles area, as well as rentals of clothing. Not refused to help and the company New Balance, which is specially produced for the film are the same shoes as worn Jobs.
Finally, it is worth noting that the film covers the life period of Jobs from 1971 to 2000, and that Kutcher has dropped about 11 kilos, to be more like Steve in stature.
The film will be shown in cinemas in August this year. That's when we will be able to appreciate the work conducted by him over and lay down their impression of what looked like Steve Jobs at different periods of his life.