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VERTIGO: Kim Novak looks so stylisch



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Sylvia is one of my favourite movies, Gwyneth wears oldfashioned knitwear, it is NOTHING spectacular, no expensive designers, but I think she looks really nice in every scene. Wjat do you think`? Does she have a good wardrobe in the movie??




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I liked Colin Farrell's retro look in Minority Report
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and in his upcoming film Ask the Dust

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Some of my favorites...

-The Thomas Crown Affair. Renee Russo & Pierce Brosnan's wardrobe was great in this movie.

-Mona Lisa Smile (I loved that movie and the look of it)

-Clueless (I think everyone in this thread was influenced in someway by that movie)

-The Fifth Element I think Jean Paul Gaultier did an amazing job and the color palette was great as well.

-How to Lose a Guy in 10 days....Kate Hudson looked so cute...as did Matthew McConaughey.

-Pirates of the Caribbean....I loved the distressing and layering of the pirates wardrobe.

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I love Paltrow's wardrobe in Sylvia.

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Chalenger: Monica Belluci in Malena (when women were women) and in Matrix (that Green suit!)
3rd Place: Gwyneth Paltrow in The Royal Tenenbaum (that Mink Coat! Who needs a wardrobe?)
Runner up:Catherine Deneuve in Belle de jour (Classic, nontemporal French chic)
Best Ever: Holy Hunter and Anna Paquin in The Piano. Very basic, one or two costumes for each. Black, white, and the occasional Scottish tartan touch. But my goddess, how powerful the impact is. Anna's Angel wings are beyond poetic, the movie is aesthetically perfect.

Men (no special order): Johnny Depp in the Pirates of the Caribbeans Jude Law in Alfie and The talented Mr Ripley and Brad in Ocean's Eleven, Christopher Walken in Batman Return's.
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Some classics!

Faye Dunaway in Chinatown
Julie Christie in Shampoo/Dr. Zhivago/Far from the Madding Crowd
Audrey Hepburn in Two for the Road/Breakfast at Tiffany's
Katherine Ross in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

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And...
everyone in The Lover
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Definitely Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's and Grace Kelly in any of the Hitchcock movies

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