1. Marie Antoinette
What's not to love? Sophia Copolla's version of Marie Antoinette is flamboyantly stylish, has pastel colored hair and an envious collection of shoes. Your next shopping session will probably result in sorbet hues, frills and lots and lots of bows.
2. The Devil Wears Prada
Who doesn't remember Andy, the not-so fashionable assistent of editor-in-chief Miranda. One of the most remarkable scenes is after her transformation. We especially love her Chanel pearls and monochrome outfits.
3. Breakfast at Tifanny’s
Audrey Hepburn remains a timeless style icon. Dressed up as her character Holly Golightly, Audrey Hepburn immortalized some of the greatest fashion moments in movie history: The little black dress paired with a pearl necklace, the Burberry trenchcoat in the finale and her famous pyjama attire, the movie is filled with inspiration. Did you know that Hepburn even sports a Chanel bag in Breakfast at Tiffany's?
4. Coco before Chanel
Gabrielle Chanel, the woman who recolutionized women's fashion. In Coco before Chanel we see a young Gabrielle who is boundlessly inspired by fabrics, menswear and memories of her childhood. Audrey Tautou is dressed in gamine and elegant looks which are bound to inspire you and your wardrobe.
5. The Great Gatsby
Back in the twenties, when liquor was cheaper, buildings were higher and everybody dressed nicer! Prepare for an expolosion of sparkly dresses, gorgeous suits and glitzy headbands. It's time to inject your wardobe with a big dose of sequins.
Back in the nineties Cher made every teenage girl see green with jealousy with her high-tech fashion computer. Her looks are still a great inspiration for preppy and colorful looks. Remember her yellow printed deux-pièce which she combined with those (very nineties) knee socks? And after watching Clueless we all want a fluffy ballpoint!
Wether you are more into Sandy's circle skirts or a fan of leather pants and rolled up denim, Grease is filled with fashion nostalgia. The movie is a fun mix of the eighties and the fifities and a great choice if you want some Rock 'n Roll flair in your wardrobe.
Head back to the sixties, when leather jumpsuits, flared pants and mini skirts ruled the streets! Did you know that Paco Rabanne designed the costumes for this movie? The typical Barbarella look involves super-voluminous hair and a very sexy one piece, only for the brave!
The movie that turned Julia Roberts into a big moviestar! Vivian was dressed in the perfect 80's/90's bold shoulders outfits, two pieces and elegant dresses. Who didn't envy that perfect polka dot ensemble she wore to the polo match. Or her smashing red evening gown.