Fashion and film go hand in hand, and we all have our favorite movies and TV shows that we love to watch and get style inspiration.
Clueless: If you grew up in the ’90s, you probably wanted to be Cher Horowitz when you grew up, or at least coveted her wardrobe. And we all remember the infamous closet scene.
Gentleman Prefer Blondes: Marilyn is icon of course, but Jane Russell is just as fabulous in this classic. Plus all the musical numbers are amazing!
Mademoiselle C: Love her or hate her, you can’t deny that Carine Roitfeld is a force to be reckoned with (and utterly chic). And there are tons of fabulous cameos in this behind the scenes look at her new magazine.
Valley Of The Dolls: This campy sixties classic is full of glamorous looks and perfectly coiffed hair – and you have to love the makeup too. It was scandalous when it first came out, but by today’s standards it is tame. We won’t tell you how it ends.
Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorfs: This documentary covers the history of what is perhaps the world’s most glamorous department store. There are plenty of appearances from top designers and celebrities as well.
– Jacqueline Zenn
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