Theresa Russell seduces Art Garfunkle, of all people, with a bejeweled bodice in Bad Timing.
Dots on her shirt and ears, purple eyeshadow, and a great updo.
Bad Timing is a 1980 film directed by Nicholas Roeg starring Theresa Russell, Art Garfunkle and Harvey Keitel. It’s been called, “a sick film made by sick people for sick people” (by its own UK distributor), but it’s also praised as a forgotten drama about obsession and, for my money, it’s one of the most stylish films around. Criterion recently released it on DVD. Even more inspirational hairdos and accessories after the jump.
Theresa Russell wears a beret in what promises to be a very fashionable film.
Look at that hair!
Not the last of her amazing brooches.
Art Garfunkle as the unexpected leading man.
Looking beautiful, total bad news for any man that falls for her.
Braids and dimples.
Crazy eyes and Ungaro-like florals.
Gray fur and her best updo — perfect for crossing borders.
It may not be the best still, but how great is that outfit?
Have splatter-paint sweatshirts and unruly curly locks ever looked better?
The Shooting Star that glows outside her apartment.
Simple orangey red dress — and is that another brooch I see?
Getting really down to business in the stairwell.
A trip to the desert can only mean lavender short alls.
Again, not the best still, but just look at that hair piece.
Like a painting.
Folky top, shiny belt, high waist jeans.
Gorgeous even when crying and sporting a superb brooch.
Total melt down done in style.
A ramshackled bohemian apartment in amazing colors.