Inside The Screen: Fashion Films W/ Amazing Wardrobe Department
It’s time to chat about the wardrobe department. One of the most unusual departments in film history, it’s time for Inside The Screen take a closer look into one of the most important cinema aspects of all time with a special edition of iconic fashion films that heavily influenced the film industry.
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The Devil Wears Prada | The book hit turned into a movie adapted in 2006 was one huge box office hit. The comedy-drama starring Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep was a huge hit in various ways – from the plotline to the incredible Costume and Wardrobe Department, this movie has since made a lasting impression on pop culture. Fun fact: During its production, more than US$1 million was spent on the wardrobe for the cast.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s |One of the most iconic movies starring Audrey Hepburn, this 1961 movie made Audrey Hepburn and Tiffany an iconic duo in more than one way. With iconic lines spread throughout the whole movie, Holly Golightly takes you on an adventure like no other throughout the 1h55 min film. The statement of the whole movie was the Givenchy little black dress of Holly that’s for certain. Fun fact: The necklace she wore while promoting the film also comprised of the iconic Tiffany Yellow Diamond, one of the largest yellow diamonds ever discovered. It’s the same one Lady Gaga wore at the 2019 Oscars.
The Great Gatsby’s |The movie adaptation of one of the most impactful books of a generation had Leonardo Dicaprio as its host. From the elegant art deco dressing room dressing from the Roaring Twenties. The elegant way of dressing and being wasn’t forgotten as well. The decadent wardrobe designer by both Martin and Miuccia Prada became instant must-haves. Think low waistlines, fringed dresses, the cloche hat, sharply-tailored suits, and an extravagance envisioned by the creators of the film – capable of impression the world of fashion.
Clueless |The chic flick before Mean Girls, Clueless brought a lot to the world of fashion. The 90’s way of dressing became such a statement that nowadays you still can see it in an overall fashion – be it in the details or in more avant gard way. Plaid jackets with a matching skirt, Calvin Klein mini dresses, and the form-fitting bodycon outfits from Azzedine Alaïa became the source of inspirations.
Funny Face | Another Audrey Hepburn classic, the 1957 film was an authentic piece of a fashion statement. The pink outfits are just marvellous to see and the whole cinematography, art direction, set decoration, costume design and most importantly, a charming and delightful Audrey Hepburn are a wonder to not miss.
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