Iconic movies have created some memorable fashion moments over the decades.
Thanks to their popularity, more and more fashion designers are circling back to these timeless trends which anyone can recreate.
Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarface
We were first introduced to Michelle Pfeiffer’s character in Scarface wearing a white silk long slip dress. She absolutely owned the look and had everyone watching in awe as she walked around the room. The look was quite simple, but at the same time also sexy and striking. It quickly become a memorable fashion moment. This early 80’s look has been revisited by many celebrities over the years on red carpets and will always be a failproof sexy, yet classic look.
Alicia Silverstone in Clueless
This 90’s cult film about teenage girl Cher (Alicia Silverstone) made us all want to be and dress like her. Her signature look was a check mini skirt suit with knee high socks, small backpack and fluffy stationary.
Versace’s SS19 collection touches on this trend with the use of check and mini skirt suiting options which saw Victoria's Secret Model Sara Sampaio showcase one of their runway Clueless inspired look just last week in New York captioning her picture ‘Clueless Vibes’.
Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman
After Julia Roberts’ transformation in Pretty Woman, one of our most loved looks which has now made a come up in the fashion scene is the red linen Bermuda look. An effortless and chic look which we are now seeing designers such as Dion Lee and chain stores Zara revisit in their collections is one we think everyone should try, especially in the warmer months. It’s another look that screams 90’s fashion and we are absolutely loving seeing it modernised.
Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct
The all white turtle neck look which made Sharon Stone own the screen is one we will never forget. The simple use of a turtleneck style mini dress worn under an all-white coat and white points made this look sophisticated, while at the same time extremely sexy. We have seen a huge trend is all white looks for some time now and it’s something we are sure to keep seeing over and over.