8 Most Show-Stopping Fashion Moments Of All Time - Movie Edition
Ok, admittedly these are also a list of my most favourite movies of all time (Bar some). Regardless, we cannot deny the impact on Style that they have set and curbed the rest of time. Perhaps a good list to ‘work through’ this freezing cold weekend.
Lets take a look at the most iconic styles to have ever graced our screens:
Diane Keaton in Annie Hall
Diane Keaton is a master of her own style and we LOVE everything about it! She maintained her elegance and persona through the years and keeps us on our toes.
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany’s
This 1961 classic is still relevant and still stands as the most classic style.
Oliver Newton John in Grease
This transformational classic is a fashion equivalent to ‘four seasons in one day’.
Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman
Starting with the fishnets through to that faithful walk down 5th Avenue - there’s nothing about this movie and all the fashion glory we don’t love.
Alicia Silverstone in Clueless
Like Duh! How can this not be featured! The undeniable, cutesy, look of it all is only something we must approve of.
Kate Hudson in Almost Famous
This 1970s inspired lookbook had and still has us with the ‘groupie’-kinda love. Too cheesy?
Anne Hathaway in The Devil Wears Prada
“That’s All.” - Miranda Priestly
Sarah Jessica Parker (and all the ladies) in Sex And The City: The Movies
We can’t help but wonder... if the series wasn’t enough to convince us of the style wonders of these ladies, then the movie closes that case for sure!