Fashion has always been inspired by film… or is it film that is inspired by fashion? Either way, there’s something unforgettable about a sexy screen siren flaunting a signature look on the silver screen. From Audrey’s LBD in Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Madonna’s rebel look in Desperately Seeking Susan, these unforgettable looks continue to transcend from the big screen to city sidewalks. Tell us: what’s your favorite iconic movie style?
In James Dean’s A Rebel Without A Cause, the classic American beauty toughens up with engineer boots and a leather biker jacket, topped off with a pair of good ‘ole Wayfarers. Girls, don’t be intimidated: tough-girl chic is easily pulled off with touch of moxie.
Annie Hall has got to be one of our favorite movies. The irony of seventies NYC romance combined with Diane Keaton at her stylish prime had us swooning over this flick. Her button front shirt, sleek vest, high waisted pants, and intellectual demeanor are simply handsome and charming.
A Week With Marilyn reminded us of the flirtatious and feminine fifties. Monroe’s (or should we say Williams) celebration of the female figure had us rethinking our daily jeans and t-shirt ensembles.