How to Dress Like a Wong Kar-wai Character (2023)

Big note up front: I am a white person and am not an authority on what is or is not racist against AAPI folks. That being said, this is a guide that avoids cultural appropriation to the best of my ability and focuses on the general aesthetic proclivities and fire stylings in the movies of Wong Kar-wai, a director/screenwriter/producer triple threat from Hong Kong who is one of my favorite artists of all time.

If it’s aligned with your cultural heritage, for the love of god PLEASE rock a cheongsam layered under a sheer tee like my favorite WKW character, Blondie from Fallen Angels, does in the most perfect scene located at a McDonald’s of all time.

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Another note: I am a nonbinary person who tends to shop in women’s sections as I am small and my sizes tend to be located there, but all of these tips/concepts are genderless and I’ll pull from various sources to suggest specific clothing items you can purchase.

Last note: I pull from all sorts of sources for fashion inspiration. I cannot afford a $1000 suit jacket and probably neither can you (if you can, uhhhhh please contact me and we can… talk…). I’ll try to include at least one sale/”affordable” (to normal people working shitty underpaying jobs like most of us) item per section, but this is all just inspiration and I am sending the thrifting angels to rest gently on your shoulder and guide you to a $15 dupe of that jacket STAT.

This “guide” will focus on characters from Fallen Angels, Chungking Express, and In the Mood For Love as they are my three favorite WKW films (in that order)! I’m gonna approach this by collecting my thoughts and suggestions under headings of specific design/fashion choices WKW uses throughout his film, such as:

Red, Green, and Yellow

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Kar-wai is known for his use of concentrated, intense color in his lighting design that does a lot of heavy lifting in terms of storytelling and mood-setting. The colors that reappear most frequently in both lighting and costuming are red, yellow, and green. Red connotes sensuality, violence, and vitality, yellow lightheartedness and potential energy, and green growth, “nature,” and activation.

It’s an easy bet (doesn’t make it any less sick when pulled off with innovation) to choose one of these colors and make it the centerpiece of a look like Michelle Reis and Faye Wong, above, both do, matching lipstick and sunglasses respectively to their fits. Matching something small and unexpected to the largest colored piece you’re wearing gives an air of intentionality and levity to any outfit and is a simple, low-stakes way to incorporate some of WKW’s extremely deliberate color play into your day. Match your main color to your goals for the day (if you’re studying for the bar exam, green. If you’re going to visit your grandma, yellow. If you’re planning the murder of a loved one, red).

The REAL fear-factor-level styling work comes in when you combine more than one of these three colors while trying to avoid “Christmas syndrome” or looking like you’re cosplaying as a Rasta flag. In the lowest image above, the warm lighting makes Maggie Cheung’s blueish B&W cheongsam look decidedly green, and somehow it still works with the bright read coat she layers over it. For the sake of argument, let’s pretend the dress is actually green.

This is some high-level style fuckery and works for two reasons: the ratio of red to green is so high and the difference in brightness is so stark. When mixing any combo of red/yellow/green, choose one of the colors to be the source of “light” in the outfit–as high-saturation, bold-hued as possible–and make sure the other color/s are either much paler or darker/murkier. Avoid patterns in the bright piece and gravitate towards them in the duller pieces. If you successfully pull off a look with all three colors featured, please send pics and I will shower you with praise and boundless wonder.

Potential selections:

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Longsleeve Rashguard W Contrast Stitching Red

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The Puppets Brocade Suit Jacket

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Black and Gold Shrunk Dress

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Cardio Nova Top

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Jr. Varsity Tee

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Wadded Satin Shirt Dress

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Green Mesh Floral Dress

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Green & Black Len Lye Edition Satin Printed Dress

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Khaki Len Lye Edition Satin Printed Dress

Make Greyscale Interesting

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As someone who lives in NYC, I see and wear many all-black/B&W fits, and many are decidedly BORING (including my own, what can I say, I am obviously talking out of my ass when it comes to fashion, maybe don’t listen to me…). The key to making greyscale looks un-boring is to harness the properties of light, as we have already established WKW is masterful at, via texture, layering, and light-catching accessories.

Don’t you dare go out rocking a white tee/tank + black jacket without adding a subtle or un-subtle chain around your neck to grab light and create some motion around your clavicles. Transmascs and Italians of NY already know this rule and have been owning it for decades.

Instead of a plain black coat or blazer, get one with grey pinstripes like the one Blondie “dries” with toilet paper for The Killer (Leon Lai) in Fallen Angels. Instead of plain black trousers, wear leather (I recommend keeping them baggy to create more texture and light play amongst the creases and avoid falling into the Forever 21 circa 2009 aesthetic). Adapt the rebellious teen girl/Michelle Reis technique of wearing black undergarments under a white shirt or dress. Add a pearl choker and/or a wide, tight black headband right on the hairline. B&W outfits set off skin tones and facial expressions, so make sure your visage is front and center. If you don’t believe me, check the tapes.

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Potential selections:

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Baggy Trousers

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Shawna Blouse

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Pinstripe Jacket

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Black Chiffon Twist Short Sleeve Blouse

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Accordion pleated skirt

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White Tank Dress

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Nora Pearl Choker

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Large Paperclip Chain Necklace

Layer Weirdly

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Horizontal stripes + vertical stripes? Yes. White over black? As we have discussed, please go ahead. Sheer skirt over shorts or miniskirt? Yes, but keep the skirt minimally voluminous to mimic the Faye flow. Patterned tank/bustier situation under a white button-down? Please. Baggy khaki jacket over baggy striped shirt with a baggy tie? Hell yeah. Being a cop? Ewww.

Potential selections:

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Multicolor Championship Stripe Shirt

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Beige Textured Brushed Recycled Overshirt Jacket

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Swap Meet Stripe Tee

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Black & Beige Striped Woven Alexia Trousers

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Optical Stripe Gabardine Skirt

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Sheer maxi skirt with side zip slits

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Twist-Front Wide Strap Cami

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Cotton Broadcloth Long-Sleeve Shirt

Same Shape, Different Pattern

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To really “get into character,” try building a capsule wardrobe consisting of one shape profile (i.e. boxy short-sleeve button down + non-voluminous maxi skirt a la Faye or tight dress like Su Li-zhen) and multiple patterns. Su Li-zhen’s 20+ differently-patterned cheongsams are the real star of In the Mood For Love.

The sameness of the shape creates a continuity that makes pattern choices seem even more intentional and poignant. You are the protagonist of your life, and this wardrobe technique will emphasize that. Complete each day’s look with variations of the same accessory (tiny sunglasses with different-colored frames, a huge hair clip in several colorways, different iterations of a specific shape of handbag) to drive this point home.

Potential selections:

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Pantry Button-up

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Atrium Tank Dress

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Boavista Sunglasses

Just… Find Me This Shirt

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I don’t have much to say about this now-extinct Tank Girl shirt other than the graphic is perfect, the coloring is perfect, the fit on Takeshi Kaneshiro’s shoulders and chest is perfect, and if someone ever makes a well-constructed bootleg I will pay a truly sickening sum of money to get my paws on it.

Potential selection:

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Black Ringer Basic Tee

Beauty: Be Polar

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WKW’s hair and makeup looks tend towards the simple but dramatic as best exemplified by Faye and the Killer’s Agent. The former’s tiny bangs emphasize her seemingly makeup-free face (I would recommend going actually makeup-free, as the “natural” makeup look is not as WKW-aligned as a simply bare face, shiny from sweat or tears) and the latter’s glorious bangs-down-to-there make her dramatic red lip seem as though it’s emerging from under a curtain like the lips that open the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Moderation is not the name of the game here. Be melodramatic in your hair and makeup choices. You can always choose a different look some other day.

Things to Avoid If WKW Character is Your Goal Look

  • Sweats (wear trousers and a comfy suit jacket as per The Killer in Fallen Angels or a tiny shirt and maxi skirt like Faye in Chungking Express. Just as comfy, but these characters would not be caught dead in Champions.
  • Pink, purple, orange, and brown (khaki works)
  • Polka dots (I will die on the hill that you should be avoiding these in general)
  • Flannel
  • Moderation in your beauty choices
  • Logos
  • Color blocking

If All Else Fails

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Pop on a trench coat that covers everything (you don’t even need to wear anything underneath if you’re really down bad), sunglasses not optional, wig if you so choose, and get out the door and into the moody, hellish, hopeful dreamscape that is Wong Kar-wai’s world. It’s also yours.

Potential selections:

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Shower resistant longline trench coat with belt

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Double-Breasted Hooded Trench Coat

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Twisted Dress

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Oval Sunglasses

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Why is Wong Kar-Wai so famous? ›

Today, Wong is primarily renowned as an art film auteur, yet his films traverse genres from melodrama to martial arts. In particular you can see the traces of his past in the Hong Kong film industry with early films As Tears Go By (1988) and Days of Being Wild (1990), riffing on the tropes of gangster cinema.

Does Wong Kar-Wai use scripts? ›

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Can Wong Kar-Wai speak English? ›

In Hong Kong, the family settled in Tsim Sha Tsui, and his father got work managing a night club. Being an only child in a new city, Wong has said he felt isolated during his childhood; he struggled to learn Cantonese and English, only becoming fluent in these new languages when he was a teenager.

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The best place to start: Chungking Express

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Technical Specifications
Runtime2 hr 1 min (121 min)
Aspect Ratio2.35 : 1 2.39 : 1
CameraArri Alexa (Arri Master Primes.) Arri Alexa Mini, Zeiss Master Prime and Fujinon Alura Lenses Arri Alexa SXT, Zeiss Master Prime and Fujinon Alura Lenses Panasonic EVA1 Panasonic VariCam LT
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Why is Wong Kar-Wai an auteur? ›

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Should you watch Chungking Express before fallen angels? ›

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Is fallen angels worth watching? ›

Sign in to vote. Fallen Angels by Wong Kar-Wai is an exhilarating piece of cinema. While it's not as "perfect" a movie as 'In The Mood For Love' in the traditional sense, it has a kind of messy punk-like nature which just always appeals to me.

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When was Fallen Angels banned? ›

In 1999, “Fallen Angels” was removed from the Laton, CA Unified School District because the novel about the Vietnam War contains violence and profanity.

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The Latin word lucifer, as introduced in the late 4th-century AD Vulgate, gave rise to the name for a fallen angel.

Does Fallen Angels have a movie? ›

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The character He Zhiwu, who is mute but able to communicate with the audience through narration, tells us he became mute after eating a tin of pineapple with a past expiration date.

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Ric Roman Waugh directed the third film in the franchise, Angel Has Fallen, and will be returning for the fourth film, which has already received a green light.

Is Fallen Angels family friendly? ›

Parents Beware

While this book is written at a deceptively easy reading level (about 5th grade) it is NOT for any age teen. There are plenty of good books about the Vietnam War that do not use vulgarity, profanity and graphic violence. The author didn't even serve in Vietnam -- it is entirely fictional.

Is Wong Kar-Wai postmodern? ›

Being the iconoclastic 'poet of time,' Wong Kar-wai is extolled as a leading figure for his postmodernist style of visually unique and emotional resonant film works.

What is Anna May Wong's legacy? ›

Her legacy

Wong has previously been recognised for her impact on the film industry. In 1960, she was the first Asian American actress to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Who influenced Wong Kar-Wai? ›

Wong has admitted to Murakami's direct influence on his work, particularly Chungking Express, remarking that “Haruki Murakami was very popular in Hong Kong then, and because Kaneshiro Takeshi is half Japanese, I thought it would be funny to have his voice-overs written in Murakami style”.

Why is Kurosawa so good? ›

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Why is Kurosawa black and white? ›

There are economic reason probably, but black and white cinematography is an art form unto itself. Kurosawa's films are a testimony of his mastery of this art form. Subtle gradations of shades of grey and stark contrasts of black and white to illustrate mood, tendency and literal foreshadowing.

Why was Anna May Wong so important? ›

Wong Liu Tsong (January 3, 1905 – February 3, 1961), known professionally as Anna May Wong, was an American actress, considered the first Chinese-American movie star in Hollywood, as well as the first Chinese-American actress to gain international recognition.

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Postmodernism is an eclectic, colourful style of architecture and the decorative arts that appeared from the late 1970s and continues in some form today. It emerged as a reaction to Modernism and the Modern Movement and the dogmas associated with it.

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French post-structuralist philosopher, best known for his highly influential formulation of postmodernism in The Postmodern Condition. Despite its popularity, however, this book is in fact one of his more minor works.

What are the three key principles of postmodernism? ›

Pluralism, relativism, and opposition again fundamentalism and objectivism are of postmodernism's philosophical fundamentals in various philosophical areas.

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The most widely recognized Hollywood-inspired nickname is Bollywood, the informal name for the Hindi language film industry in Mumbai (formerly Bombay), Maharashtra, India.

What is Wong's ethnicity? ›

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TitleSorcerer Supreme
AffiliationMasters of the Mystic Arts
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What is BD Wong's ethnicity? ›

He is of Chinese descent, with family from Hong Kong. Wong attended Lincoln High School, where he discovered his love of acting and starred as the lead in numerous school plays, before attending San Francisco State University. He received an honorary doctorate from San Francisco State University on May 27, 2022.

What is step printing? ›

What is Step-Printing ? Step-Printing is basically the duplication of a film frame. When applied to a frame sequence the duplication of multiple film frames stretches the running time of the sequence which creates a sense of slow-motion.


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