The Grand Budapest Hotel: Shop The Film's Stunning Color Palette
Planning to see Wes Anderson's latest movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel, this weekend? Us too. The visionary, famously kooky director's new project promises to deliver plenty of slapstick humor, visual opulence—and, of course, stunning costumes. Anderson worked with Milena Canonero, the acclaimed costume designer behind stylish classics like Out of Africa and Marie Antoinette, to create the wardrobe for the film—but from the moment we first laid eyes on the trailer, it was the movie's stunning color palette that really inspired us. Using a heady mix of pastels, neutrals and jewel tones, Anderson quite literally paints a beautiful portrait of the (fictional) Eastern European Republic of Zubrowka and of the zany cast of characters who inhabit the famous Grand Budapest Hotel in the years between WWI and WWII. Click through the gallery above to see and shop some of the film's beautiful color schemes, and let us know—will you be catching the flick in theaters?