Movie Style

It's Pretty Woman's 25th Anniversary! Let's Celebrate With Celebs in Looks Channeling the Film

Mar/24/2015 at 06:36 PM ET

Sure, Pretty Woman may appear to be a romantic comedy about a hooker with a heart of gold, but let’s be real: it’s really all about the clothes. It would be a whole different film if Vivian Ward (played by Julia Roberts) didn’t wear those thigh-high leather boots to Rodeo Drive boutiques, or the diamond necklace to the opera (okay, fine, maybe not a whole different movie, but it definitely would have eliminated our favorite lines). So to celebrate the 25th anniversary of a film with so many fashion gems, we’re rounding up our favorite celebrities who have sartorially channeled the film (both literally and figuratively) in real life.

Emma Roberts/Jennifer LawrenceAKM-GSI; Evan Agostini/AP

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Blake Lively's Age of Adaline Wardrobe: Those Turtlenecks Were Her Idea

Mar/11/2015 at 10:25 AM ET

Thought you already wanted every single outfit Blake Lively steps out in (maternity looks included)? Just wait until you see her character’s wardrobe in her new film, The Age of Adaline. It could be her most stylish role yet — sorry, Serena van der Woodsen! We got a peek at one of the nine exclusive “Adaline Through the Ages” character posters (this one’s from the ’70s!) and found out how the costume designer and makeup artist helped age her without really aging her.

The Age of Adaline 1970s character posterCourtesy Lionsgate

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Margot Robbie's Focus Wardrobe Is Going to Be the Thing You Talk About From the Movie (and We've Got the Scoop!)

Feb/27/2015 at 09:00 AM ET

There’s no denying Margot Robbie‘s got killer style. But in her latest film, Focus, the star’s wardrobe is beyond sizzling thanks to the movie’s on-set costume designer Dayna Pink. We chatted with Pink to get an exclusive sneak peek of the film’s looks, find out the inspiration behind each outfit and how the wardrobes of Will Smith’s Nicky and Robbie’s Jess changed throughout the film, below.

margot robbie - focusCourtesy of Focus/Warner Bros.

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Channing Tatum: 'Sometimes a Thong Completely Betrays You'

Jun/26/2012 at 06:00 PM ET

Magic Mike
Glen Wilson/Warner Bros.

Matthew McConaughey, Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, Alex Pettyfer, Adam Rodríguez and Matt Bomer might be the actual stars of Magic Mike, but there’s a supporting cast member that hasn’t received as much recognition for the raunchy film: the thong!

The movie, directed by Steven Soderbergh, is about male strippers in Tampa, Fla., so ‘natch the actors each had to don the sexy undergarment several times during filming. Thinking back to those not-so-happy memories, the guys recently dished to The Hollywood Reporter about the trials and tribulations that occurred while wearing the super-small cover-ups:

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Buy a Piece of Anne Hathaway Movie History

Aug/23/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

One Day Anne Hathaway Set
Courtesy Focus Features

Want to sleep on Anne Hathaway‘s bedspread? Check your makeup in her mirror? One Kings Lane is bringing set pieces from the actress’s latest film, One Day, to shoppers, offering items like artwork and home décor from $19.

Included in the sale is the bedspread ($299) from Emma’s (Hathaway) Parisian apartment; the charming bedding was made in France using antique embroidery. Her folding dressing-table mirror, which follows her throughout the film, retails for $199 and features a vintage finish. For men, there’s a photograph ($99) from Dexter’s (Jim Sturgess) bedroom; a black-and-white creation that plays a role in a “photographic project” in the film.

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Beyoncé's 'Run the World (Girls)' Video: The Fashion Breakdown!

May/19/2011 at 01:00 PM ET

Beyoncé is never less than fierce, but in her new video for “Run the World (Girls),” the first single off her fourth solo album, she was F-I-E-R-C-E! From her scarlet Alexander McQueen to her black Jean Paul Gaultier couture gown, the singer proved she can bust a move in fashion’s finest. Other notable looks in the Mad Max-style video, set in the desert, are a white feather-laden Givenchy Haute Couture gown by Riccardo Tisci and two sexy cut-out gowns from Emilio Pucci, the label that dressed her for the recent Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala. And let’s not overlook her accessories — from a fistful of geometric Laruicci gold rings to knee-high Sergio Rossi gladiator boots with plumes and studs, it’s enough to make a Beverly Hills housewife jealous. Tell us: What’s your favorite look? Melissa Liebling-Goldberg

SEE MORE ON-SET STYLE IN ‘LIGHTS! CAMERA! FASHION!’

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Reese Witherspoon: Robert Pattinson Is Dirty

Mar/29/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

Reese Witherspoon: Robert Pattinson Is Dirty
Twentieth Century Fox

Reese Witherspoon is definitely fond of Water for Elephants costar Robert Pattinson, but that’s not to say she didn’t find his on-set grooming habits, well, questionable. “It’s a boy thing, right? To have dirty fingernails and hair,” the newlywed actress asked in a chat with Entertainment Weekly. “And his clothes were dirty all the time.” However, she can’t quite blame the Twilight star — after all, the movie takes place in a circus, a far cry from the damp, overcast Pacific Northwest setting of the supernatural series. “It was a nice escape for him to be tan and in the sun all the time instead of the vampire gear,” Witherspoon explained. In the film, out April 22, the stars’ characters, Jacob and Marlena, become entwined in a tragic love triangle. But before they hit theaters, the costars will hit Vegas — they’re presenting together Sunday at the Academy of Country Music Awards. Tell us: Do you prefer Pattinson tanned and rugged as Jacob, or pale and clean cut as Edward? –Kim Peiffer

SEE MORE STARS ON SET IN ‘LIGHTS! CAMERA! FASHION!’

 

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