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07-08-2004
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i'm still obsessed with liza minnelli's wardrobe in "cabaret"
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good one... ...there are so many...

a standout is catherine deneuve's wardrobe designed by YSL in belldu jour...
all audrey's collaborations with givenchy...

chickonspeed...i'm not familiar with that film...but i will certainly keep it in mind with such a high recommendation from you...thanks for the info...

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I like.......Kate hudson in "Almost Famous"; Kirsten Dunst in "Virgin Suicides" Scarlette Johansen in "Lost in Translation"....and Christina Ricci in "Buffallo 66"

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I alwasy tend to forget something like this,
but I do love what Scarlett Johansson is wearing in lost in translation

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Was there really? Where did you read that?
I have heard it too, but i don't remember where. I did some rechars and I found this:
Actress Julia Roberts has allegedly rocketed the production costs of "Ocean's Twelve" by demanding constant re-shoots because she didn't like the way she looked. Producers of the $85 million sequel -- starring Roberts, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Andy Garcia and Matt Damon -- are horrified by increasing costs, according to Page Six. Shocked on-set sources say last week pregnant Roberts forced the entire cast and crew to fly to Chicago via a private plane for a day of re-shoots after insisting on expensive wardrobe changes -- because she hated her outfits. Three different mansions opposite the set also had to be rented at a cost of tens of thousands of dollars to house the stars while Roberts insisted on having one to herself. But a Warner Brothers representative has rubbished the rumors, saying, "We are on, if not under, budget."

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Originally posted by softgrey@Aug 8 2004, 12:26 AM
chickonspeed...i'm not familiar with that film...but i will certainly keep it in mind with such a high recommendation from you...thanks for the info...

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Oh, it's absolutely amazing. You have to see it, softgrey. It's infamous in film history for its disjointed storyline and nonlinear plot. One of the most influential films of the New Wave. And Herr Karl has clearly been "inspired" by it on more than one occasion.

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Also, all the characterse in Brideshead Revisited. I love all of the flapper dresses Julia (Diana Quick) wore and I think I would die if I could find a man who would dress like Sebastian (Anthony Andrews) or Charles (Jeremy Irons). I just love that time period and the clothes that the people in that society wore.


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the men in this film have the best clothes ever.

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08-08-2004
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Reese Witherspoon (Elle Woods) in Legally Blonde 1&2 had great clothes as well!

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Marylin Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Grace Kelly in Rear Window
Ali McGraw in Love Story
Elizabeth Taylor in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Marlon Brando in Streetcar named Desire
Cary Grant in To Catch a Thief
Audrey Hepburn most all her movies
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`Nicole Kidman in Moulin Rouge
Catherine Zeta Jones in Intolerable Cruelty

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Best character wardrobe in a recent movie: Ashley Judd as Linda Lee Porter in De-Lovely. If you like the fashions of the 1930s and 1940s, go and see this movie. If you like the music of Cole Porter, go and see this movie.

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Best character wardrobe in a recent movie: Ashley Judd as Linda Lee Porter in De-Lovely. If you like the fashions of the 1930s and 1940s, go and see this movie. If you like the music of Cole Porter, go and see this movie.
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And if you love both ?

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Best character wardrobe in a recent movie: Ashley Judd as Linda Lee Porter in De-Lovely. If you like the fashions of the 1930s and 1940s, go and see this movie. If you like the music of Cole Porter, go and see this movie.
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and they made reproductions of verdura jewelry for her wardrobe as well.

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satine - moulin rouge.
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oh yes!

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Kate Hudson in Raising Helen
Kate Hudson in How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days
Kirsten Dunst in Virgin Suicide
Ashey Judd in De-Lovely
Reese Witherspoon in Sweet Home Alabama & Legally Blonde 1&2
and all the princesses from all those 18th century movies haha

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Renee Russo in The Thomas Crown Affair ; All Celine and Michael Kors
Gwyneth Paltrow in A Perfect Murder; Cartier diamonds, Balenciaga evening gown, cashmere and a Hermes Kelly

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Jenna Jameson wearing her birthday suit in .... literally every film she's made!!!


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