FASH ON FILM

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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…

CLUE­LESS

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.

PRETTY WOMAN

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

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