Films and Fashion

The big screen and catwalk go hand in hand

Films and FashionGone with the Wind. SanDiegoRed
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In the words of Coco Chanel, "Fashion is not something that exists in dress only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street: fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening."

Despite the number of years, the big screen has been a big influence on fashion in many ways which are seen throughout many generations.

Here are some examples:

Gone with the Wind, 1939:

This film won several Oscar Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Supporting Actress, Best Editing and Best Adapted Screenplay. It is the first Hollywood film to be in color.

The Wizard of Oz, 1939:

It won several Academy Awards including Best Soundtrack and Original Song.

The music, special effects, red shoes and much more make Dorothy's story one of the most famous films from the big screen. These beautiful shoes can be found on the store displays, and a popular costume that will be available for many years so that you can relive this famous somewhere over the rainbow story.

Casa Blanca, 1942:

Not your typical love story. Quotes from this movie are as famous as its costumes and song like "As Time Goes By.” Casablanca is a film that will always be preferred among people romantic and fashion lovers.

Roman Holiday, 1953:

Story of a princess who escapes the pressure of royalty, and falls in love with an American journalist in Rome that makes this story a delight. Movie for which also Audrey Hepburn won an Oscar and Golden Globe for Best Actress, as well as an Oscar for best costume design and best screenplay.

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