'And while his set design and music were very nearly lifted directly from Roma, the clothes on display were not. In the film, the bishops observe an absurd spectacle of priests on roller skates, giant flapping nuns’ wimples, and roboticized habits that would put Hussein Chalayan to shame. Browne, on the other hand, while perennially interested in spectacle, looked to Fellini more as a “visual inspiration. The music was something that interested me but nothing was literal,” he said. When it came to the clothes, “the tailoring was more my focus. Round shoulders and round hips. Very forties, but loosely so, not just a simple Old Hollywood forties.”'
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