10 Movie Costumes

It´s Tuesday, so here are another 10 great movie costumes. It´s difficult to pick a winner, but I think I´ll go with the Catwoman-suit. It´s latex for Christ sake.

 K1 Dr No

Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder. Ursula was the first Bond-girl, starring in Dr No with Sean Connery as the first James Bond. This look is truly iconic (1962).

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Sharon Stone as her character Ginger, in her famous gold sequined dress. Apparently it scratched her skin as well as it was very heavy to wear. Here with Casino co-star Robert De Niro (1995).

Ten Things I hate about you, Bianca Stratford, 1999

Larisa Oleynik in 10 things I hate about you (1999). In this picture she´s explaining her pink tulle prom dress to her strict dad.

Gilda

Rita Hayworth in her famous dress in Gilda (1946).

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Grace Kelly with co-star James Stewart in Rear Window (1954). She is wearing her green famous 2-piece suit, very similar to the suit Tippi Hedren wore in The Birds a few years later. Edith Head designed them both, as she designed almost all of Hitchcock´s movie costumes as well as some of the actresses private dresses. For example, she designed both Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn´s Oscar dresses.

B2 Drömtjejen

If you grew up in the 1980´s you will certainly remember this one. Kelly LeBrock plays two teenagers fantasy-woman in Weird Science (1985). Former supermodel LeBrock later married Steven Seagal (and divorced him).

G Mirror Mirror

Lily Collins in an adorable fairytale-dress, as Snow White in Mirror Mirror (2012). Unnecessary fact: Did you know that she is the daughter of Genesis´ front-singer Phil Collins?

Farlig Förbindelse

Creepy Glenn Close in her white creepy dress in super-creepy Fatal Attraction (1988).

F5 The Band Waggon

Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse in The Band Wagon (1953). Her transparent light blue dress is absolutely wonderful.

Batman Returns

Michelle Pfeiffer in Batman Returns (1992). Just the coolest Catwoman ever.

 

 

 

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