Films are best sources for people to gain fashion inspiration, in the post, I will share the most impressive dresses in the film history.
In 1939 when color film just became famous, the color film “Wizard of Oz” was released. This film is one of the most famous color films in early times. The dress and red sandals that Dorothy wore in this film are classic in Hollywood movie history. According to the report, the film producers prepared more than ten sets of dresses for Dorothy, but only two dresses appeared in the film. These dresses were designed by legendary designer Adrian. She only used some cheap cloth and a foot style sewing machine to make the dresses. There are total ten well-preserved dresses at present.
This black dress is arguably the most famous in the history of the little black dress. This classic dress designed by Hubert de Givenchy appeared on the poster of the film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” in 1961 and spreaded to all the cities that had cinemas. The film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” is not only a turning point for Audrey in her film career, but also established Audrey’s position in the fashion circle.
In 1955, Marilyn Monroe appeared in the film “Seven Year Itch” with a white dress. The white dress look in this film became one of her iconic dresses. Since then, most people think this dress has disappeared. In fact, the dress designer William Travilla secretly preserved it. This dress appeared again in Debbie Reynolds private exhibition when William died in 1990. And this dress auctioned in 2011, the price was 5.6 million dollars.
The role Carrie Bradshaw that Sarah Jessica Parker always acted in the film “Sex and the City” always wore very expensive dresses. However, the most famous dress was the ballet skirt that she bought at temporary stall for only $5. Stylist Patricia Field bought this skirt when wandering, and Sarah Jessica Parker quickly fell in love with this skirt. Although producer Darren Star beginning did not agree her to wear this skirt, but at the end, the girls went on to win the final victory, and let this style became one of most classic parts in fashion history
Keira Knightley acted as Cecilia Tallis in the film “Atonement”. As soon as the film poster was released, the green 1930s style backless dress designed by Jacqueline Durran soon became the hottest dress online. In fact, emerald color rarely appeared in the dress designs. It was said that this color would make people feel uneasy and could show the sense of power. This dress is also considered one of the most classic dresses on movie screen.
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