Fashion On Film: The 1960s

I think it’s safe to say that there has always been a collective fascination with fashion on film. Have you seen the Ralph Lauren Spring 2012 collection inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s Gatsby? What about the Anna Karenina capsule collection from Banana Republic? I compiled a list of films ripe with sartorial inspiration and created an outfit inspired by each one for a series of four posts organized by decade. For each of these films (especially the older ones), I strived to create outfits that are wearable instead of a Halloween costume. First up, the 1960s/1970s!

“Annie Hall”
Directed by Woody Allen
Starring Woody Allen & Diane Keaton

annie hall
Blazer: J.Crew | T-shirt: A.P.C. | Skirt: Ralph Lauren | Boots: Tory Burch | Hat: Rag & Bone | Necklace: Adina Reyter | Bag: Lorenza Gandaglia

“Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
Directed by Blake Edwards
Starring Audrey Hepburn & George Peppard

breakfast at tiffanys
Top: Crea Concept | Trousers: J.Crew | Pearls: Blue Nile | Sunglasses: The Row | Earrings: Blue Nile | Flats: Chloe

“Love Story”
Directed by Arthur Hiller
Starring Ryan O’Neal & Ali MacGraw

love storySweater: J.Crew | Kilt: Lands End | Coat: Jigsaw | Shoes: Bass | Pearls: Macy’s | Bag: Longchamp

What films inspire your style?

NEXT: The 1980s!


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