10 Nov 2011

Fashion in the pictures


Lets be honest here, Films have amazing fashion. I mean, can you count the number of films/series that have set trends or inspired you to upgrade your closet? Mad Men brought the ultra feminine trend back to the general public, Pulp Fiction was the first to introduce burgundy nail polish and Gossip Girl well... it was like watching a fashion blog. Movies are a perfect blank canvas for fashion.
With my amazing eye for style :), I created a mood board for all the movies and movie icons(past and present...mostly past) that just ooze awesomenessssss!

The movies also make a good afternoon watch. So movies and entertainment - what was that saying about killing the two birds with one stone?

Breakfast at Tiffany's

So it may be a rom com, but its set in the actual sixties and stars my fashion icon Audrey Hepburn as a New York socialite who becomes besotted with a new neighbour who moves in to her apartment block.



Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly and of the Black Dress fame




Pulp Fiction
Quentin Tarantino's cult flick, follows the story of two mob hit men, a boxer, a gangsters wife and a pair of diner bandits whose lives intertwine in four flawlessly executed tales of violence and redemption


©Miramax Films

Uma Thurman is a simplicity icon as mob wife Mia- note the nail polish!

Almost famous
 Described as the best fashion in film: A young man on an assignment for Rolling Stone magazine meets Penny Lane on a tour with a rock band and a bunch of groupies and embarks on a journey of self discovery.

almost famous kate hudson, almost famous penny lane, almost famous screenshots, almost famous movie stills, almost famous fashion, almost famous style, almost fashion inspiration

almost famous kate hudson, almost famous penny lane, almost famous screenshots, almost famous movie stills, almost famous fashion, almost famous style, almost fashion inspiration


Kate Hudson is riding high as free spirited Penny Lane, donning 70's rockstar, boho chic. 


Rebel without a cause

 A rebellious young man James Dean as Jimmy Stark, moves into a new town finding friends and enemies- Classic Juvenile delinquent sort of thing



 James Dean defined cool- period! Rocking the 50's Rebel look.

Check them out, lovely day!
                                                       
                                                                      -Annie



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