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Iconic Movies For Fashionistas

Movies aren’t just about captivating storytelling and breathtaking visuals; they also have the power to influence the world of fashion in profound ways. From iconic outfits that become timeless trends to entire aesthetics that shape cultural perceptions, the silver screen has consistently been a wellspring of sartorial inspiration. So if you’re looking to the cinema for wardrobe inspiration – look no further than these little gems…

Barbie (obvs!) (2023)

 Rekindling nostalgia for Barbie’s signature pink, glitter and glamorous style, inspiring a resurgence of pink fashion and playful accessories.

Audrey Hepburn’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” (1961)

 Audrey Hepburn’s portrayal of the stylish Holly Golightly set the stage for elegance in the 1960s. Her little black dress and oversized sunglasses became synonymous with sophistication and grace.

John Travolta’s “Saturday Night Fever” (1977)

The disco era came alive in “Saturday Night Fever,” with John Travolta’s white suit and slick dance moves. This film ignited a disco fashion frenzy, from wide collars to platform shoes.

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” (2013)

Roaring ’20s glamour came to life in “The Great Gatsby,” influencing flapper dresses, extravagant headpieces, and art deco accessories that continue to inspire vintage-inspired looks.

Mia Farrow’s “Annie Hall” (1977)

Diane Keaton’s character in Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” gave birth to an androgynous trend. From tailored vests to wide-brimmed hats, her quirky, layered ensembles still influence street style today.

Uma Thurman’s “Pulp Fiction” (1994)

Quentin Tarantino’s film showcased Uma Thurman’s iconic look – a simple white shirt, black pants, and a sleek bob. This minimalist yet impactful style still resonates in modern fashion.

Emma Stone’s “La La Land” (2016)

The musical extravaganza “La La Land” rejuvenated the allure of retro aesthetics. Emma Stone’s vibrant dresses and Ryan Gosling’s classic suits harkened back to the golden age of Hollywood glam.

Cruella: “Cruella” (2021)

This film’s reimagination of Disney’s iconic villain brought forth a punk-infused, rebellious fashion sense that celebrates individuality and edge.

From vintage classics to modern marvels, the world of film continues to shape and reshape fashion. These cinematic masterpieces remind us that the intersection of art and style is a powerful force, forever immortalising characters and their wardrobes in the annals of fashion history. So, the next time you’re swooning over a character’s outfit, remember that you might just be witnessing the birth of the next big trend – all thanks to the magic of the silver screen.

To celebrate London Fashion Week, join us at our Peckham venue on 2nd September when sustainable fashion pop-up LOANHOOD will be taking over the rooftop with their famous rental pop up, workshops and even a tooth gem technician!