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.”

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