This issue, we asked our contributors:
What’s your favourite fashion moment in film?
ANDREA KARR Writer “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was released while I was completing my first internship at a fashion magazine. Rooney Mara as the pale, pierced Lisbeth Salander in ripped jeans and moto jackets still inspires my aesthetic.”
SUZANNE ROGERS S/ Columnist “The opening sequence from Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Audrey Hepburn stepping out of a taxi at dawn on Fifth Avenue, flawlessly elegant from the night before, and dreamily peering into Tiffany’s window.”
TAMI EL SOMBATI Hair & Makeup Artist “I’m not sure if it’s really considered a fashion moment, but the first thing that comes to mind is the computer program Cher uses to pick her outfits in Clueless. What kid in the ’90s didn’t want that?”
JOANNA KAM Art Director “Probably every fashion scene in Devil Wears Prada. It was one of the movies that solidified my dream to work at a fashion magazine”
JUSTIN ARANHA Photographer “In Nacho Libre when there’s a really fancy party. The clothes are peak 1970s Mexico.”