I saw It's Complicated last night and absolutely loved it. Run out and see it. But this is not a post about the sets of Nancy Meyers which, although they are always spot on for the characters, are not my personal taste-too beige and dull and generic. I am however dying to see the sets of A Single Man when it opens in D.C. The directorial debut of the mega-talented Tom Ford, it stars Colin Firth as George, a gay college professor still reeling from the death of his long-time partner and Julianne Moore as Charlotte (Charley), London socialite, close friend and former lover. Sounds like a Gucci Brokeback Mountain. Set in the sixties, the production designer is the brilliant Dan Bishop of Mad Men. Like Charlotte and Tony Duquette, coral is my beige. I can't wait to see Charlotte's Hollywood Regency house with its circular silk couch, the lavish dressing table, gorgeous colors and fabrics, and Chinoiserie nod. I'll take this entire glamorous and dramatic look with the updo hairstyles, heavy eyeliner, and gorgeous clothes and cars. With Tom Ford's amazing eye and all the Oscar buzz attendant to this film, I can't wait.