The Most Fashionable Films from the ’60s


Film has brought some of the most poignant fashion moments throughout history. While costumes are a basic necessity to visually stimulating motion pictures, thoughtfully applied garments that catch the eye and tell a story in their own right bring forth a form of timelessness that forever remains in the hearts and minds of viewers. From Audrey Hepburn’s famed Givenchy black gown and cushion-cut canary yellow diamond in Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Elizabeth Taylor’s record-breaking 65 costume changes in 1963’s Cleopatra, the transformative era presented a number of emotive and eternal sartorial highlights in film. To honor the cinematic experience of the swinging ’60s, CR rounds up the most fashionable films of the decade.

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