Movie Inspired Fashion

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For movie lovers and the fashion obsess fans you’ll love these movies for the outfits, awesome story line too, i hate to see the end of these movies, sometimes i wish they never end.

Great Gatsby – A 2013 Australian-American 3D drama film based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel of the same name. Which at the 86th Academy Awards, it won Best Costume Design. Costume Design by Catherine Martin and Cookie Lopez costumer: Mr. DiCaprio.
The colour combination to the retro feel on all of the clothes worn, they’re fashion inspiring.
“A lot of times people say, when did you decide to make things more modern? We never decide to make things more modern; we try to make sure all the references in the movie are accessible to a contemporary audience. So the contemporary clothes that linked back into the past helped do that. ” – Catherine Martin

Hunger Games – The enormously anticipated motion picture adaptation of the first book in Suzanne Collins’s highly addictive, action packed, slightly twisted trilogy.
Costume Designer Judianna Makovsky “You don’t think of it as science fiction. And i always say: A suit’s been around for over 100 years; what makes us think it’s not going to be there for another 100 years?”. “We wanted to make a very serious impact, and colour was very important to keep it mostly gray or blue, very cold because coal leaves a black dust everywhere. But we didn’t want it so overly stylized that it wasn’t a real place, it is a real place, it could be Appalachia, you know, a hundred or fifty years ago.”

The Devil Wears Prada – Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt style in this movie was perfection, and of course Meryl Streep is a given.
Patricia Field managed to put them in designer clothes and shoes to perfectly suit the characters they’re playing, women who work for a fashion magazine, without hitting you over the head with it.
The most coveted, up to the second wardrobe of any film and nearly the most expensive belongs to “The Devil Wears Prada,” a spectacle of $12,000 handbags and $40,000 fur coats.
“It has to be over 100 designers,” says film stylist Patricia Field, “We must have used at least $1 million worth of clothing.” Field had a costume budget of a mere $100,000, “but we could never have done it without my friends in the fashion industry helping us along.“This was a movie of wardrobe montages,”

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