A part of what has made Greta Gerwig’s Barbie film look instantly enchanting, except for pretty much everything, is how its design has embraced the retro-classic camp of Barbie’s chintzy aesthetic—nothing in Barbie’s world within the film feels actual, and but Barbie and her fellow Barbies (and the occasional Ken) must occupy that house within the film. Now, a brand new tour video reveals us simply how tremendously the movie is capturing that stability.
Margot Robbie herself has taken Architectural Digest on a whirlwind tour via the most well liked movie location of the yr, Barbie’s iconic Dreamhouse, giving us a glance and perception into simply how Gerwig and her manufacturing designers envisioned bringing the playset to life.
It’s pleasant—all the small print like capturing the evolution of the Barbie toyline’s design stylings from the ‘50s all the best way to the trendy day, the selection to make the props a mixture of bodily objects and stickers similar to the toys themselves do, the many, many, shades of pink that give it a visible texture whereas nonetheless being an excellent assault in your eyeballs. It truly is, for one thing that on the floor may learn as “easy,” fascinating piece of design work.
Additionally, this video is simply stuffed with probably the most unhinged sentences that you simply positively need to hear out of promotion for a Barbie film, comparable to “There isn’t a water in Barbie Land. There isn’t a water or fireplace, there are not any components,” or “All of the writing in Barbie Land is definitely simply gibberish, it’s simply scribbled the best way youngsters write infinite quantities of nothing… however it’s all very lovely.”
Suffice to say, the complete video is value a watch, maybe on loop till we can also be part of Barbie in Barbie Land for some time on July 21.
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