This is the kind of masculine but yet feminine look that I like the most, with a perfect British touch. One of the odd bits, is that Diane Keaton itself took care of making part of the costume design of the character she would embody in this classic film of Woody Allen. Besides of giving her own style to Annie Hall, the costume designers Nancy McArdle, George Newman, Marilyn Putman and Ralph Lauren itself, we're the responsibles of recreating these emblematics looks.
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My beloved 60s! With a minimal yet striking and colorful styling, Blow up is one of my favorite movies regarding to the style of the characters. Also, one of my big fashion icons features here, and of course, I'm talking about Jane Birkin. This film takes us on a ride to a stylish world of fashion, and even today I would totally wear any of those dresses.
The costume designer Alyson Byrne made an impeccable and fantastic work with Eva Green, embodying Miss G, a swimming instructor. Stylish and classy, with a little of avant garde, describe the whole look. Alyson chose some contemporary knitwear and classical 30s dresses that fitted perfectly with the personality of Miss G.
Everyone who knows me well, perfectly knows that I'm a fan of two things; the first one, striped cloth! And the second one, a good haircut la garon. In short words; Jean Seberg, especially in Breathless. She is everything I expect of a great style. I think her outfits are simple, practical and full of personality. And if there is something really good about this film, is the way they wear their clothes, with naturality. An efortless and fresh look. Gorgeous sunglasses, stylish hats, and the best thing of all, these looks are still fashionable!
The Royal Tenenbaums
My favorite character from this Wes Anderson film has to be Margot Tenenbaum, embodied by Gwyneth Paltrow. I think I get really addicted to the styling of Wes films since I watched Moonrise Kingdom. But Margot in particular fascinates me. I don't know if it is her hair, her Lacoste dress or the way she wears her Fendi coat, with a beautiful Hermes bag, that makes me want to go out dressed like that to the streets. The responsible of making this beautiful styling is Karen Patch. She achieved the perfect mix between an innocent vibe and the right level of sensuality of a woman.
A dramatic change of look, where Nicole Kidman was practically unrecognizable, and let me tell you, I love it. I adore Virginia Woolf and this film. As an admirer of Virginia's style, I couldn't help looking carefully how perfectly was Virginia embodied; from a cigarette in her hand or the dresses she would wear. The film easily transports you to another era. The talented Ann Roth was the responsible of creating all the outfits for Nicole.
Breakfast at Tiffanys
Iconic, emblematic, enchanting. Since I watched this film for the very first time, I dreamed with wearing that gorgeous Givenchy black dress, standing in front of Tiffany's while I eat a croissant, just as Holly Golightly. And the wide brimmed hat has to also be one of my favorite things of the accessories they used. But what I love the most about the whole film, it was the mixture of outfits from classy and elegant, to comfortable and wearable. Breakfast at Tiffany's is definitely a big statement to a Keep it Chic!
In this case, Betsy Heimann was the costume designer for Reservoir Dogs but also Pulp Fiction! With a clean-silhouetted French gangster look, Betsy managed to make with these suits, a legacy in pop culture and fashion that is still being felt today. This is probably the most memorable costume of the ninetiesYou know, five men in a black suit, white shirt and black tie walking in slow motion, you cannot think in another thing than Reservoir dogs.
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