There are many legends who have passed their lives in devoting themselves to the public- audience at large. We have come across many big names whose contribution is simply unforgettable. Hollywood specially has produce many such talents and stars. There was a time when the mere idea of working in showbiz was to contribute in to the world of media. They were not hungry for fame yet they got to be famous. They were not eager power yet they got power to rule over the public’s heart. The contribution made by these legends will be in focus of our coming generation’s lives. Many such names are Charlton Heston, Katherine Hepburn, Mc Gurie sisters, dick Clarke and many more. But there is one such name that we can never forget, its Robin Williams’ and his contribution to the fashion industry.
How important fashion was to Robin Williams: Flash backs
Robin William is among such names whose contribution will be known as long as American media exists. Robin Williams was a fine actor, a comedian and a social worker too. His motive of life was to bring smiles to the public’s face. One would be really surprised to know that his contributions motivated others to support in the same cause. This multi-talented star worked for approximately five decades. He was an actor so versatile that president Obama also gave him compliments like doctor, a therapist and a psychologist. He was a true gentleman.
He was a comic genius who always won the hearts of his audience. Not only this, whereever he was, he was always supposed to steal the show. He has something very special in his personality. He always used to bring something out of the box. Often his comedy was very much supported by his dressing and fashion style. He was also famous for his bizarre dressing style tough. His dressing has always something unique in it. There was some kind of reflection of his character in his personality. He never cared for what the fashion trends were, in fact, he always created his own fashion with his own style.
His probably the most famous attire was Mrs Doubt fire attire. He was a man so un predictable that he would wear any shirt with any pant. He never cared if he should wear this color at this occasion or that color at that occasion. He never brought age in his dressing affairs. Often due to his out of the way dressing style some people called him a child who never grew up. And that is not the end. The bright prints, the loud colors were all his styles and the best of all was that he never looked misfit in any of his styles. Yes! Strange but true.
Even after his all this odd styling sense he was always appreciated and fit in his role. He made his styles as his identity. His flamboyant suits, Nehru collar at the Oscars in 1998, the American-take-on-the-Mandela shirt and the custom-made shoes were all so famous for his identity. His dressing always complimented his character and his role.
So dear readers you know why his even stupid style was laughable and desirable? Yeah that was due to his confidence. He was confident of what he did, what he wore and where he wore. And it was his confidence that made him give his 100 % in every character of his.