There are very few things that I love more than New York City, but one of them is New York when it’s decked out for the holidays. If you can’t make it to the Big Apple in December, Miracle on 34th Street is a pretty great way to see the sights while taking in some classic 1940′s fashion.Read more »
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Le Freaks and Geeks, c’est chic? Though the lovable outcasts of McKinley High may not have been sartorially savvy, their effortlessly authentic wardrobes were a large part of their charm. After re-watching this TV series, I was inspired by how much the clothing said about each character.Read more »
“Just because people are cliquey and snotty is no reason not to like them.” Whether she’s dishing out advice on who to hang out with or sharing secrets on how to style platform jellies, Quinn Morgendorffer, rarely steers a gal in the wrong direction. In this edition of Fashion in Film, we’ll explore how Quinn, younger sister to the insufferable Daria, trailblazed her way into becoming a posh pop icon.Read more »
Not every film is fashionable, but every now and then, I’ll see something so stylishly inspirational in those beams of light streaming onto my screen that I just have to share! Cue my latest fashion-in-film obsession, Metropolis, a 1927 German silent film about a futuristic urban dystopia.Read more »
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