Movie style is subjective. Is it runway-inspired fashion or everyday, character-driven looks. It’s about capturing a moment in time or creating the most amazing visions. Mid-century glamour or teddy bear tracksuits This list can include all of the above, and more. These are the films with the most memorable fashion moments.

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Wakanda Forever: Black Panther

Black Panther Wakanda Forever

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Costume designer Ruth E. Carter The 2018 Oscar-winning Oscar was awarded Black Panther Her work is even more stunning. Wakanda Forever.The details are what make the difference, from the intricate beading on the royal family’s clothes to the breathtaking headdresses that look like sea creatures on the Talokan denizens. “You would put a dress in the water and it would look like ballet.” Carter spoke to EW.

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Do not worry darling

Do not worry darling

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The stunning mid-century dresses in Olivia Wilde’s dystopian thriller are beautiful, but it is the subversiveness of their looks that makes them memorable. You can’t do better than to make the male gaze skewish by doubling down on the nipped-in waists and candy-colored fabrics. Bedroom hair? “This is about gender roles and a time when these societal expectations were present,” costume designer Arianne Phillips spoke to EW. “The ideal wife, mother, and lover who can do it all.

Nope

Nope

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The outfits of the characters in Jordan Peele’s Nope Although it may appear casually eclectic, band tees and high-waist jeans are all well-sourced, curated and carefully chosen. “Every costume is a combination of many things.” said costume designer Alex BovairdHe was a playwright who subverted the idea of “arch Americana”. The result? The result? Hyper-specific looks that are exhilaratingly current.

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Mrs. Harris goes to Paris

MRS HARRIS GOES to PARIS sitting, from left to right: Lambert Wilson, Lesley Manville and Guilaine Londez. DorottyaIlosvai, standing Alba Baptista

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Mrs. Harris goes to Paris This is a charming, moving story about a widowed housekeeper (a luminous Lesley Manville), who travels to Paris to purchase a Dior dress that she has been meticulously made to her measurements. The period details are just the same. Oscar-winning costume designer Jenny BeavanIt is, however, a very good film. The film’s result is nothing but slick: The unapologetic pleasure her character takes in fashion mirrors that of the viewer. And the film’s parades of couture pieces are breathtaking in any era.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022). Daniel Craig plays Detective Benoit Blanc

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Murder. Mayhem. Scarves for men. Clothing is crucial for building character. This is evident in the new, aggressively tropical edition of the Knives Out Key clues can be found in franchises, which are the spaces between an individual’s exterior appearance and their true self. “I felt like it could move to an absolutely new and exciting place where I didn’t have to be married with anything except Benoit blanc, and even then he is completely unique,” costume designer. Jenny Eagen told EW.

Blonde

Ana de Armas portrays Marilyn Monroe in “Blonde”

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It’s a daunting task to create costumes for a movie about Marilyn Monroe (played here). Ana de Armas). How can you do justice to the pink? Gentlemen Prefer Blondes That white gown Seven-year Itch Halter dress — something that audiences have seen so many other times? But Blonde costume designer Jennifer Johnson It was perfect, striking a perfect balance between obsessive verification and naturalism. You often can’t tell when de Armas ends from the icon.

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Everything at Once

Stephanie Hsu, Everything Everywhere at Once

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You can find almost every look in Everything at Once This Hollywood movie-premiere evening dress that sheaths Evelyn deserves its own entry.Michelle Yeoh) in an alternate universe, to the fanny-pack-and-khakis ensemble that Waymond (Ke Huy QuanIn the real world, ) rocks. Stephanie Hsu’s maximalist antagonist Jobu is what gives the film its sartorial juice. He wears Elvis jumpsuits and goddess gowns as well as tartan explosions. The costumes designer was meticulous. Shirley Kurata — That perfectly captures her character’s chaos, innermost feelings.

The Luckiest Girl Alive

The Luckiest Girl Alive. Mila Kunis as Ani in Luckiest Girl Alive. Cr. Sabrina Lantos/Netflix (c) 2022.

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Everything about Ani fanelli (Mila Kunis) is sharp, from the stilettos and perfectly tailored black dresses she wears to her unrelenting New York-media-world ambition. It’s the former, as envisioned by costume designer Alix Friedberg) that telegraphs her true priorities, even though she seems to be taking more domestic-leaning steps within her personal life. As the film reaches its final cathartic moment, her clothes send a hopeful message about surviving trauma: The future doesn’t have to stay dark.

Babylon

Margot Robbie portrays Nellie LaRoy, while Diego Calva portrays Manny Torres in Babylon by Paramount Pictures.

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An early scene from Damien Chazelle’s dizzying ode Hollywood 1920s, Margot RobbieNellie LaRoy,’s Nellie, captures the attention of the crowd at a party — not an easy feat considering that it’s a drug-fueled orgy. She dances wild in a red, glorified scarf, but it’s hard to miss her. Mary Zophres is a costume designer) that somehow manages stay on, she conveys her character’s origins and tenaciousness, talent and appeal without saying a word.

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Elvis

Austin Butler in Elvis

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Another example of icon-ness possibly getting in the way absorbing performances. Baz Luhrman’s book is proof that this doesn’t happen. ElvisAlthough the costumes by Catherine Martin, Oscar-winning costume designer, are familiar, they aren’t exact replicas. This is a characteristic that they share with Austin ButlerThe mesmerizing rendition of the legendary singer by ‘ “Clothes can change how you feel about any character you play, but not more than when you are with him.” Butler spoke to EW. “When you wear leather pants, you feel very different from when you are wearing flowy ’50s trousers.”

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