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Fashion in Film: Top Finds — and Moments — in The Parent Trap

Before a certain red-haired starlet wandered onto the scene in the latest remake of this fun classic, there was Hayley Mills playing the part of twins in The Parent Trap.

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Dirty Dancing is By Far the Greatest Summer Romance Flick

It’s officially summer, which means we’re binge-watching as many summer romance films as possible, starting with Dirty Dancing.

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Why Rizzo is the Best Thing About the Movie Grease

The leader of the “Pink Ladies,” Riz isn’t afraid to make mistakes and stick up for herself.

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13 Reasons Why We Love The Original ‘Freaky Friday’

It’s Friday the 13th. To celebrate, we’re taking a look back at a fave film from the past.

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Why ‘The Graduate’ is Still a Favorite After All These Years

Simon and Garfunkel and torrid affairs — this film has everything.

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Forget Macaulay, We Want Every Outfit Worn by Jamie Lee Curtis in “My Girl”

Sure, the friendship between Vada and Thomas J. is endearing, but let’s talk about Shelley.

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10 Things We Love About ’10 Things I Hate About You’

With prom AND graduation season here, why not take a page from this Shakespeare-inspired flick?

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The 5 Music-Focused Films We’ll Be Watching This Weekend

We may not be at Coachella, but that doesn’t mean we can’t create our own music-focused fun. From ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll High School’ to ‘Cadillac Records,’ these are the films we’ll have on rotation this weekend.

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Duckie’s Not the Only Reason Why We Still Love “Pretty in Pink”

Prepping for prom? Check out one of our fave John Hughes films for all the DIY prom dress inspo you need!

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Fashion in Film: William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet

With guns for swords, cross-dressing henchmen, and Aloha shirts a-plenty, Baz Luhrmann’s updated and dazzling portrayal of the Shakespearean tragedy celebrates the romance of language, drama, and fashion in his signature, visionary style.

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