A new film version of the hit novel The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo has been released this week, with its central character Lisbeth Salander adorned with Stephen Webster jewellery throughout the film.
Actress Rooney Mara, who plays Salander in David Fincher’s film version of the first Stieg Larsson book, was dressed by costume designer Trish Summerville, who selected jewellery by Webster to suit Salander’s ‘cyber-goth’ style.
Mara featured on the cover of fashion magazine W in February, wearing a selection of jewellery by Webster, including the brand’s Ram’s Head Spine bracelet and a black rhodium version of the Rapture Thorn ring. A number of customer made pieces were also created for the shoot.
Summerville has previously worked on the costumes for films including Girl, Interrupted starring Angelina Jolie and was involved with Christina Aguilera’s Stripped tour and documentary videos. Aguilera is also a fan of Stephen Webster jewellery, having been the face of his advertising campaigns in 2009.
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