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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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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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Fashion in Film: Meet Me in St. Louis

Twirling pastel petticoats and images of the famous World’s Fair at the turn of the century may not be a typical holiday scene, but the story of Meet Me in St. Louis is full of surprises.

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Unexpected Holiday Movie Favorites

To help breathe new life into the traditional holiday movie lineup, we polled the offices, asking fellow ModEmployees what their less traditional holiday film favorites may be. Their answers may surprise you!

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Fashion in Film: Heathers

If you thought your high school experience was a drag, just hit ‘play’ on the 1988 film Heathers. Rife with padded shoulders, scrunchies, and fully-blown hair, this campy, dark comedy is an ’80s-style soft-focus dream come true.

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Fashion in Film: Clue

Was it Mrs. Peacock in the study with the knife? Everyone’s favorite super-sleuthing board game comes to life in 1985′s Clue. Between Miss Scarlett’s red lips and Mrs. Peacock’s gilded gold dress, there’s plenty of fashion to appreciate while you collect the facts to solve the crime.

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Movie Title Stills from the Past Bestill Our Hearts


All images via The Movie Title Stills Collection. Above, Citizen Kane, 1941.

The Movie Title Stills Collection is like a candy store for type and film nerds alike. Whether you’re looking for weekly movie night fodder or have a …

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Derby Day Inspiration: Vintage Hats and Horses


Audrey Hebpurn in a promotional still from the classic film My Fair Lady.

We may not be headed to the racetrack this weekend, but Derby Day certainly serves as the perfect excuse to pull on a fancy topper while …

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Fashion in Film: Metropolis

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.

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Top 10 Books that Should Be Made Into Movies

Since George du Maurier’s novel Trilby was made into the 1896 short film Trilby and Little Billee, the boundary between books and film has become increasingly fluid. And although book-to-film adaptations are a point of contention for many, most …

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