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Fashion in Film

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Stephanie Tramutola

on 2 May 2013

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Finally Photo #1 Fashion in Film Decade: 1980s Movie: Desperately Seeking Susan (1985) Decade: 1990s Stephanie Tramutola Ray Ban sunglasses
Bow in Hair
Big costume jewelry Decades: Early 60s, 80s, 90s Fashion of the 80s Decade: Early 60s Movie: Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) Little Black Dress Little Black Dress 1st introduced by Coco Chanel in the 1920s
Chanel thought women needed to be comfy because they were working
Different idea from Dior who thought women should be glamorous at home (housewife)
LBD was relaunched by Givenchy in the 1950s and 1960s and became something every woman must have Decade of contrast, new romantic (romantic time), yuppy style, feminist, consumerism, supermodels, anorexia, leggings
Change of identity was a common theme in the 1980s
Search for past with vintage
Big shirts with ruffles and lace
Madonna was the icon of the decade “If clothes make the man, then costumes certainly make the actor”- Audrey Hepburn Movie: Singles (1992) Tights and Combat Boots
Grunge Movement Fashion of the 90s Decade of NO LIMITS
Collapse of communism, globalization, temple of fast food, emancipated women in business
Career oriented: career before family (women had kids in their late 30s);
Fashion ceased to be fun, but people needed to dream, fashion brands become well-known all over the world, everything was fast paced
Black and white were the colors of the decade
Grunge movement: genre of music and fashion, Nirvana and Pearl Jam gave voice to post-baby boom young adults known as Generation X; darker, more aggressive than hippie period Photo #2 Decades: 40s, 70s, 80s Decade: 40s Movie: Casablanca (1942) Fedora Hat
1930s-1940s: Hollywood creates gangster look films with Humphrey Bogard such as Casablanca
Costume designer: Orry Kelly (3 Oscars won)
Most iconic movie for gangsters Fashion of the 40s
The gangster style began in Hollywood in 30s and 40s
Fedora hat (50s called Borsalino) double breast trench coat, tie
Borsalino: Italian Company that makes hat, symbol of unisex style
Structured Look Decade: 70s "Age of Aquarius" Movie: The Great Gatsby (1974) Light colored pants
Oxford shoes
Written by F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1920s
Directed by F.F. Coppola
Ralph Lauren wanted to sell attention to way that they dressed
Light blue, light pink, light colors: very feminine side for men
Oxford shoe
Robert Redford: pink suit, light blue tie to match eyes
Emphasis on natural, light colors Fashion of the 1970s “This age will be an age of splendor and of light, because it is home of the holy Breath, and the holy breath will testify anew for Christ, the logos of the eternal love” – Levi Dowling •Light and splendor of life, peaceful idea of living •Against the Vietnam war
•Sunshine, bright colors, prints, long skirts, comfortable dress
•Floral prints, bright colors
•Long hair, natural, don’t shave Decade: 80s Movies: Top Gun (1986) and American Gigolo (1980) Ray Ban Aviators
Matching shirt, tie, jacket
Skinny tie Fashion of the 80s Blooming brands
Evolution of conservative preppies
No more hippie style
Ray Ban glasses: huge trend Photo #3 Decades: 60s, 70s, 80s Decade: 1960s Movie: Barbarella (1968) 1st man went to the moon so new planets and ideas
Metallic and high boots: style of the 1960s (very Mary Quant)
Mini skirt created
Metallic material (Dolce and Gabbana still use metallic, as did Balenciaga in Spring 2008); inspired use of metallic Metallic Fashion of 1960s Decade: 1970s Movie: Hair (1979) Fringe
Head Band
Curly Hair Fashion of the 70s Hippie movement against war
Natural colors, related to nature; long hair; long skirts; flower prints
Scarves around neck
Extremely curly hair Decade: 1980s Movie: Flashdance (1983) Oversized sweater
Hair Fashion of the 80s Culture of dance- dance was very strict
NOW Dancing=freedom, new expression, didn't have to be educated to dance
Break dance started
Gym wear (can now wear outside)
Decade of contrast; new romantic, yuppy style, gym style, feminist, consumerism, supermodels, anorexic Special thank you to my friends Danielle Ruffini, Kevin Kulp, and Rachel Fanger!
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