CELEBRITIESExtras: We Need to Talk About KevinTKby Fan Zhong12.01.111Stylist: Lori Goldstein2Stylist: Lori GoldsteinWhere Shame is filthy, Bertolucci’s classic is erotic; where Fassbender’s Brandon is depraved, Marlon Brando is sexy. Still, the fleshly similarities are unavoidable.3Stylist: Lori GoldsteinThe grim, clinical sex in Shame makes you flinch, but the absurdly creative carnality in Baker’s latest novel leads you to laugh out loud.4Stylist: Lori GoldsteinDuring his multiple masturbatory moments, could Fassbender have been channeling the artist’s infamous 1972 performance piece at the Sonnabend Gallery?5Stylist: Lori GoldsteinThe vaguely nautical, formidably exclusive lounge where Carey Mulligan’s Sissy croons her achey-breaky version of “New York, New York.”6Stylist: Lori GoldsteinOur suggested version of the slinky gold frock Mulligan wears during her scene-stealing vocal turn.7Stylist: Lori GoldsteinThe debut LP of this super-hyped new artist, who’s got some of Sissy’s lounge-singer vibe, drops next month.8Stylist: Lori GoldsteinThe 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.9Stylist: Lori GoldsteinThe 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.10Stylist: Lori GoldsteinMcQueen’s first film, also starring Fassbender. The collaborators have yet another project en route, making them the new Viggo and Cronenberg.11Stylist: Lori GoldsteinLike 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.