Movies and series provided us with numerous fashion inspirations this year. From the glamorous Lady Gaga creations in “The House of Gucci” to the sexy suits of Sarah Snook, aka Shiv Roy in “Succession”. Here are seven of the most important styles from the screen.
Jordan Alexander in Christopher John Rogers’ dress in “Gossip Girl”
The actress in “Gossip,” who plays Julien Calloway, a student at a prestigious New York high school, wears clothes straight from the catwalks. The best creation? Black dress with a corset.
HoYeon Jung’s Suit in The Squid Game
In 2020, tracksuits reached their peak of popularity. It was only a matter of time before we see this style reflected on the small screen. In the South Korean dystopia “Squid Game”, all the heroes wore sports clothes, but it is the HoYeon Jung suit from the season one finale that deserves a special mention.
Kristen Stewart beams in Chanel in “Spencer”
When the poster and trailer of the film were first presented, they sparked a collective delight – Kristen Stewart’s transformation into Princess Diana is truly admirable. The most impressive is the stunning Chanel dress haute couture from 1988, worn with an armful of pearls. In an interview with British ‘Vog’, costume designer ‘Spencer’ Jacqueline Durran said: – This is the perfect outfit for an extraordinary princess.
Lady Gaga’s ski outfit at the “Gucci House”
In March, Lady Gaga posted a photo on Instagram in which she poses with Adam Driver, the star of “Dom Gucci”. The singer put on an outfit perfect for skiing. Four million likes later, photography has become one of the most popular looks of the year. Of course, along with the other, impossibly glamorous stylizations of Patrizi Reggiani in the atmosphere of the 80s.
Sarah Snook’s suits in “Succession”
“Sukcesja” offers us biting dialogues, surprising twists and … fashion. The most stylish is Shiv Roy (Sarah Snook), whose elegant outfit for work – practical costumes, classic shirts, plain turtlenecks – is second to none.
Anya Taylor-Joy’s swinging wardrobe from the 1960s in “Last Night in Soho”
The dresses designed by British costume designer Odile Dicks-Mireaux are as cute as the actress who wears them. Our favorite? Peach that is almost so cute it lets you forget about the film’s sinister plot.
Sophisticated “Cruella” outfit
When Emma Stone was selected for the role of Cruella de Mon, it was known that we had a lot of fashion moments ahead. Of the 47 gorgeous costumes created by costume designer Jenny Beavan, the most memorable is the frilly organza dress that Cruella wore with her ornate military jacket. – The dress was made of over five thousand petals Beavan said to Vog.
The original text appeared on the Vogue.co.uk website.