- Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow in "Bonnie and Clyde", too cool!
- All the Hitchcock femmes fatales, but one in particular jumps to my mind now - Eve (played by Eva Marie Saint) in "North by Northwest"
- Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" of course
- Natasha in "War and Peace", old fashioned and naïve, but soo pretty
guess i usually like all the styles in the films of the 50's and 60's, plus i'm a sucker for Audrey Hepburn
will post some pictures when i find the time and a better computer!
Didn't know we had a king. I thought we were an autonomous collective.
Sienna Miller as Nikki in Alfie
Audrey Hepburn in, of course, Breakfast at Tiffany's, but also Roman Holiday and Funny Face.
Kate Hudson in Le Divorce
Every cast member in Shakespeare in Love-the ruffled shirts, blue tones and Gwyneth Paltrow's jewellery were to die for.
Preity Zinta in Veer-Zaara (Hindi)-Old Pakistani embroidery, silver ethnic jewellery, brown top lid eyeliner and long, flowy brown hair. It is set in the 80's but could be a lot earlier.
__________________ The world is moving so fast now that we start freaking long before our parents did because we don't ever stop to breathe anymore. the last kiss
I love Katharine Ross in The Graduate as Elaine Robinson, so sixties chic that is still fabulous today. Of course, Holly Golightly. Amanda Peet in Igby goes down. Ali McGraw in Love Story (fabulous). Catherine Denueve in Belle De Jour. All those clothes are just timeless...loving this thread, trying to think of more...
I haven't actually seen the film yet, but just reading about the costumes in W magazine, and seeing some pics of them, I'm positive that all of the female leads in Wong Kar Wai's 2046 belongs on this list.
You need to move fashion forward when there's a reason to move fashion forward - Tom Ford