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  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan1
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan2
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan3
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan4
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan5
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan6
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan7
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan8
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan9
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan11
  • Extras: <em>Shame</em> - Shame McQueen Fassbender Mulligan12
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    Michael Fassbender in Steve McQueen's Shame.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    Last Tango in Paris (1972)

    Where Shame is filthy, Bertolucci’s classic is erotic; where Fassbender’s Brandon is depraved, Marlon Brando is sexy. Still, the fleshly similarities are unavoidable.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    House of Holes by Nicholson Baker

    The grim, clinical sex in Shame makes you flinch, but the absurdly creative carnality in Baker’s latest novel leads you to laugh out loud.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    Vito Acconci’s ‘Seedbed’

    During his multiple masturbatory moments, could Fassbender have been channeling the artist’s infamous 1972 performance piece at the Sonnabend Gallery?

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    Top of the Standard (Boom Boom Room) at the Standard Hotel, New York

    The vaguely nautical, formidably exclusive lounge where Carey Mulligan’s Sissy croons her achey-breaky version of “New York, New York.”

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    Tom Ford's dress

    Our suggested version of the slinky gold frock Mulligan wears during her scene-stealing vocal turn.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    Lana del Rey’s Born to Die

    The debut LP of this super-hyped new artist, who’s got some of Sissy’s lounge-singer vibe, drops next month.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    Les Enfants Terribles (1950)

    The French—they’re so in touch with their taboos. Like that of Brandon and Sissy, here is another story of siblings too close for our comfort.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    Moncler's vest

    The most notable component of Fassbender’s wardrobe (when he’s wearing clothes at all) is a matte puffer vest, not unlike this Moncler version, that’s apparently omni-functional: worn while jogging, groping another man’s girlfriend, or having anonymous sex in a club.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    Hunger (2008)

    McQueen’s first film, also starring Fassbender. The collaborators have yet another project en route, making them the new Viggo and Cronenberg.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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    What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami

    Like Brandon, some people run to escape their own dark thoughts. The Japanese novelist runs for other reasons, which he illuminates in his 2008 memoir-cum-training guide.

    Styled by Lori Goldstein

    December 2011

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Extras: Shame

If you’re a fan of Steve McQueen’s latest about sex addiction and sibling intrigue starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan, you’ll love…

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