Thursday, September 29, 2011

Film Fashion (VII): legendary costumes in film history (I)

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In the history of cinema there are costumes that have made ​​the film more and more remembered for their outfits than anything else.
Are outfits that have been stored in the retina of us viewers and are always with us. The fashion has executed millions of times, sometimes successfully and sometimes not so. Fashion editorials inspire them season after season. The first part of the special
legendary costumes in film history is a little tour of the wonderful parts of those beloved films and how to adapt them to today. Experience the show!

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Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch
(1955) by Billy Wilder.
The Seven Year Itch is the legendary Marilyn Monroe's white dress strips and halter neckline. Without both not work and the film scene.

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To adapt to today select a pleated dress in a clear tone. The photo is Modcloth.

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Carrie Fisher in The Wars (1977) by George Lucas. The Princess Leia is a must in the world of cinema. His white tunic dress and pigtails ribbons are among the most memorable costumes in films.

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To be a "Princess Leia" now you can get with a tunic dress in white or a light shade for a party (the photo is Elizabeth and James) and finish the look with a braided hairstyle, so fashionable now .

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Comb your hair with a hair braid. There are a thousand ways, choose the one that best suits your features.

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Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz (1939) Victor Fleming. To follow the yellow brick road of Dorothy wore a gingham pinafore for and some wonderful red glitter shoes ...

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Shiny shoes will add a great touch to your looks more sober. The shoe collection is filled MIU MIU colored glitter ...

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Bette Davis in All About Eve (1950) by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. The costume designer of the great Bette Davis was given by one of the best designers of all time movie Edith Head. The history of dress has fabric: When Bette Davis tried the dress was very tight. I could not roll up their sleeves so they improvised and left the low-cut dress and adorned with a brooch.

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For 50 years a very elegant look you can decorate a black dress with a brooch to add a touch of light. The photo is from Mango.

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Michelle Pfeiffer in Batman Returns (1992) Tim Burton. The kitten sexiest film history. Leather is trend and can be extrapolated in myriad ways for a very wild look.

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Leather is a tendency for winter 2012. To enhance your sexy side before you decide on a dress PalabéLeather honor Zara.

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In Jared | Fashion Cinema (VI): Marie Antoinette



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