Top 10 Movies For Every Fashion Girl Feb 16, 2016 by Sarah (Day Styles)
Whether you’re an up-and-coming fashionista or already established yourself as a serious “fashion girl,” we have an amazing list of films that are going to give you the sartorial inspiration to take your style to the next level!
10. Black Swan
Natalie Portman won an Oscar for her performance as a troubled ballet dancer, Nina, in “Black Swan.” The movie focuses on Nina's struggles during a performance of "Swan Lake." The movie’s cinematography lingers on the elegant outfits and motions of ballet. Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the sisters behind the Rodarte fashion label, designed the intricate and exquisite costumes. Once this movie came out it’s no wonder that everyone became obsessed with ballet-inspired clothing.
9. Annie Hall
Twentieth Century Fox
“Annie Hall” is a film by Woody Allen set in New York and Los Angeles. Woody Allen plays Alvy Singer, a divorced Jewish intellectual and stand-up comic. The movie reflects on his relationship with Annie Hall, a New York nightclub singer, played by Dianne Keaton. The fashion of Annie Hall in this movie remains a timeless classic of film fashion history. Her attire is very androgynous and is mimicked by many fashionable women to this day.
“Clueless” is a cult comedy from 1995 starring Alicia Silverstone as Cher, a high school student in Beverley Hills. “Clueless” documents the ups and downs of her life including school, relationships, friends, and family. Every scene is vibrant with California sunshine and style. The fashion in this film was so important in getting the story line across; the clothes themselves could be considered a character in the movie – and the main character at that.
7. Valentino: The Last Emperor
This documentary reveals how fashion designer Valentino and his partner Giancarlo Giammetti prepared for the 2006 Spring/Summer Collection in Paris and included a retrospective of Valentino’s career including his work, shows, and business decisions. The movie was created following the end of Valentino’s tenure as director at his renowned Italian fashion house, and is a must-see for any serious fan of fashion.
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