FASH ON FILM
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S
You’ve got Audrey Hepburn’s character in Breakfast At Tiffany’s to thank for the LBD. When Audrey wore her Givenchy number with pearls, sunglasses, long gloves and a cigarette holder, a new fashion icon was born. And only Audrey could make an eye-mask chic…
Who’d have thought Cher, Tai and Dionne would still be paving the way in fashion-land 22 years after the film’s release? Fans will remember slip dresses, chokers and Mary-janes with knee-high socks featuring heavily. And as if we could forget Cher’s yellow plaid outfit (D&G, no less).
THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA
We’re still swooning over Andy’s leather Chanel boots and double-breasted Chanel blazer from possibly the best makeover scene ever. The inimitable Patricia Field had a costume budget of $100,000, but estimated she used at least $1m worth of clothing.
Giving Andy a run for her money in the makeover stakes was Julia Roberts’ Vivian, who ditches her risqué cut-out two-tone dress in favour of a classy polka-dot number for the polo. And what about that jaw-dropping red off-the-shoulder number she wears to the ball? Incredible.
LA LA LAND
Thank gawd for Emma Stone, sparking a colour revolution with her incredible vintage-inspired dresses (we’re still dreaming about the blue one). Emma’s wardrobe was exclusively high street, plus she deserves a round of applause for making brogues and shirt-dresses look a bit sexy.
THE MOVIE WARDROBES WE’D SELL A LIMB FOR