If you love fashion, then you‘ll love these movies. Movies that became timeless not only for their script or direction but also just made history with their style, we gathered 3+1 old films now considered classics of the fashion lovers.
- ΒREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S (1961)
The transfer of Truman Capote‘s novel to the big screen. When the writer Paul Varjak meets the socialite and neighbor Holly Golightly, his life changed. With Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard in lead roles, this is a romantic comedy that will carry you away. The iconic costumes of Hepburn were designed by Hubert Givenchy.
Several years before the “The Devil Wears Prada” comes out, there was the musical, Funny Face. Starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire, where the first incarnates a librarian with philosophical and existential concerns when at some point “recruited” by famous fashion magazine as the new face, travels to Paris and her life changes completely. Fred Astaire embodies a titan of fashion photography, which is none other than Richard Avedon.
A young fashion photographer, David Hemmings is a witness to a brutal murder. His life is further complicated when invades in his life an ethereal presence, the young Vanessa Redgrave. Based on the photographer David Bailey life, is a masterpiece by Michelangelo Antonioni unfolding in the 1960s in London.
A photographer (James Stewart) is forced due to an accident closed house, confined to a wheelchair. Finds occupation to spy on neighbors. What happens when he witnesses a murder. A masterpiece of Titan Alferd Hitchcock, with costumes of the flagship stylist Edith Head. Excessive elegance and femininity meet on the Grace Kelly.
The most famous American mom in a fashion icon role!
Marge Simpson may be many things (dative mother, patient wife and horrible driver) but not very stylish, and definitely not a fashion icon.
The artist Alexsandro Palombo comes to reverse this image, showing the beloved mother of the famous cartoon family, with some of the most iconic dresses of all time.
From the dress with the British flag, worn by Geri Halliwell, the period being in the Spice Girls, to black Givenchy of Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s the famous mom appears more stylish than ever, the images of the artist, who believes that every woman hides a Marge inside her.