I have a great love for beautiful clothes when worn well... especially in film. Here are my top ten favorite fashion moments in film. From Gone With the Wind to The Devil Wears Prada, here are my favorites.

Clueless (1995)

Cher and Dion - Love the plaid skirt suits and knee high socks with platforms, not to mention the board strait hair and the great catch phrases, 'as if.'

 

Marie Antoinette (2006)

This version of Marie Antoinette's tale is loaded with anachronisms and fun. Thank you Sofia Coppola, for letting girls be girly with this film. It's worth re-watching because Jamie Dornan is gorgeous and if you can't wait to see him as Christian Grey on Valentine's Day enjoy his turn at Count Fersen.

 

Annie Hall (1977)

Woody Allen's classic romantic comedy starring Diane Keaton made menswear a trend for women, too

 

Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

Truman Capote's novel gets a bit of an uplifting twist with all the style and panache that comes with Audrey Hepburn, The black dress, pearls and gloves are iconic - especially when paired with large black sunglasses.

 

Cleopatra (1963)

Elizabeth Taylor - wow! This film was notorious for many reasons, going way over, budget, and on and off screen affair and of course those unbelievable costumes

 

Flash Dance (1983)

This film made wearing a slouchy sweat shirt off the shoulder tres-chi, and proved that women can get comfortable without showing skin

 

Heathers (1988)

Who doesn't love the colorful blazers, the satire and the iconic red scrunchi? Winona Ryder, Christian Slater and Shannen Doherty star in this dark comedy of murderous teens.

 

Gone with the Wind (1939)

Scarlett's iconic green dress made from Miss Ellen's drapes, and that gorgeous red number once she's Mrs. Rhett Butler are just two of the reasons this film makes the list.

 

Pretty Woman (1990)

Not watching this romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. is a 'Big Mistake, big. Huge.'

 

The Devil Wear's Prada (2006)

The film adaptation of Lauren Weisberger's novel is one of fashion's favorite movies, and I adore Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep- reason enough for me.