|Blade Runner: Futuristic movie with a mixture of modern and vintage style. |
Daryl Hannah is amazing in this.
|Cabaret: As unique and quirky as Liza Minnelli in style and sensibility.|
|Funny Face: Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire showcase her beauty and style in Paris.|
A perfect combination. I remember as a child watching in awe the scene where she comes down
the steps in the red dress with the shawl floating behind her.
|Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: One of my all-time favorite Marylin Monroe movies, also|
featuring Jane Russell. Wonderful costumes.
This is where Madonna snagged the material girl video idea.
|Meet Me In St. Louis: One of my favorite Judy Garland movies. Clang Clang Clang went the Trolley!|
|My Fair Lady: This one is for Buffie, my best friend. Eliza Doolittle is an elegant style icon.|
|Sweet Charity: I love this musical with Shirley MacLaine. Some of the scenes like the one above|
were really before their time and pushing the envelope of style.
|The Group: Not a musical, a more obscure movie about a group of friends. I would say this|
is the precursor to Sex and the City. The hair and fashion is amazing. Candice Bergen is
gorgeous as always.
|Valley of the Dolls: A 1960's inspiration of hair and makeup.|
|White Christmas: Love the singing, dancing and of course the costumes. This movie features|
well know actors/singers like Rosemary Clooney, Danny Kaye, & Bing Crosby.
Vera-Ellen is the more unknown, but amazing dancer above.