Take a look at the list of top 10 best movies representing fashion of all time. As we know that fashion is a must part of our lives, so as the movies—the fans always get inspiration from the fashion and trends of their favorite celebrities. So, let us take a look at this superb list.
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10. Bonnie and Clyde (30s)
In 1930s, there were desperate times. The fashion of that era has been well reflected in the movie, Bonnie and Clyde. It is a direction of Arthur Penn who was able to capture the legacy of that time’s fashion. The trendy looks of the stars Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are highly admirable.
9. Factory Girl (60s)
The Factory Girl represents the fashion of 1960s superbly. This movie is about a famous artist and his muse, Edie Sedgwick—a socialite, model, and actress. The costumes of the celebrities were well representing the flavor and trends of that time. Even the hairstyles were very elegant.
8. Mannequin (80s)
In the ’80s, things were usually big: big hairs, big clothes and big lifestyles. It has been well represented in the movie, Mannequin. This movie showcases the qualities of that time. It is about a lovelorn artist played by Andrew McCarthy who falls in love with the display mannequin, played by Kim Cattrall (of Sex and the City fame).
7. The Devil Wears Prada (2000s)
The Devil Wears Prada reflects the fashion of 2000s. In those days, high-speed internet was taking place. In the movie, Anne Hathaway‘s character has landed a job as a high-powered fashion magazine editor’s assistant, played by Meryl Streep. The dresses she wears are very pretty. Throughout the movie, the characters look top notch.
6. Sex and the City 2 (2010s)
The Sex and the City 2 has showcased the fashion and trends of 2010s. The plot of this movie has followed a group of four self-absorbed women as they start navigating their own conflicts. Their styles of wearing the clothes, haircuts, and even ways of walking are just great.
5. The Great Gatsby (1920s)
The 1920s movie, The Great Gatsby has been representing the trends of that time. The bright colors, bombastic editing and Leonardo DiCaprio’s compelling portrayal of the troubled Gatsby are just enough to realize the worth of this film.
4. The Notebook (40s)
The Notebook has showcased the fashion and trends of 1940s. In those days, women used to wear heavy jewelry and liked bright makeup. This romantic movie is based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, and stars Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams. The onscreen chemistry of these two celebs has been highly admirable.
3. Revolutionary Road (50s)
The Revolutionary Road reflects the fashion of 1950s. In the movie, Leonardo DiCaprio has reunited with Titanic star Kate Winslet. The two’s onscreen chemistry, as always, is just great. Winslet’s stereotypical ’50s “housewife” attire, pastel colors, sundresses and tied-off shirts make her look really pretty.
2. Casino (70s)
When it comes to think of 1970s, we start thinking of simple people with great fashion fluctuations. Casino is about Las Vegas’ rise to prominence. The costumes, hairstyles, and leisure suits of Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci are just great. De Niro’s wife, played by Sharon Stone has been seen wearing gold-colored dresses, extravagant jewelry, and furs.
1. Clueless (90s)
The Clueless is all about the fashion of 1990s. The movie stars Alicia Silverstone in a breakout role. It is set at a southern California high school, featuring several disparate fashions among the cliques. The movie’s celebs wore really pretty dresses, and look top notch throughout.
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