From Holly Golightly to Vivian Ward, cinematic streetwalkers always seem to have the best clothes.
George Michael, supermodels, and Mugler, and how they made such perfectly deranged bedfellows.
In the film Ruthless People, the Memphis look is so prominent that it should probably have its own on-screen credit.
An unintentionally kitsch-filled treat, Mahogany put Diana Ross’ acting skills — and design chops — on notice.
With Amélie, Jean-Pierre Jeunet created a coloring book-style Paris that continues to inspire.
Butterfly eye patches, denim hot pants and machine guns. Welcome to the world of the Switchblade Sisters
Taking sartorial inspiration from one of the most famous video babes of all time.
The work of Ossie Clark and Mr. Fish shine on Goldie Hawn and Peter Sellers in this forgotten 1970 romantic comedy.
Costume designer Kimberly Adams-Galligan chats with us about rebooting the 80s for AMC’s ‘Halt and Catch Fire’.
From the opening scene of this 1969 French film, you know you’re in for a stylish, hedonistic treat.
Some guests at the Met Museum’s Costume Institute Gala totally nailed the dress code while other’s chose to ignore it.
Goldie Hawn’s breezy, post-hippie look in this 1972 film is as easy to capture today as it was 40 years ago.