Films That Revolutionized the Fashion World

Latex Trinity total bow from “The Matrix”. The Matrix refers to those films that revolutionized the fashion world. Fans of the painting immediately appreciated black leather and latex wardrobe items and began to complement their outfits with raincoats and trousers. Interestingly, the looks of Trinity, Neo and Morpheus still inspire not only ordinary people, but also celebrities and designers around the world.

This is demonstrate the collections of Balenciaga and Vetements, which present the public with elongated leather coats and oversized trench coats, complete with narrow sunglasses. Balmain and Alexander McQueen are also not far behind, in the collections of which you can see similar bows. And in 2018, Alexander Wong dedicated his entire line of clothes to The Matrix, which caused a real delight among fans. Of the stars, leather total looks are preferred by Kendall Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Bella and Gigi Hadid.

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Clothes from a man’s shoulder from “Annie Hall”

The film “Annie Hall”, which released back in 1977, brought Woody Allen two Oscars – for Best Director and Best Picture. However, the best reward was the growing popularity of the costumes for the picture, which were created by Ruth Morley. They influenced an entire era in the fashion world.

In the late 1970s, girls still wore floral-print dresses and sundresses, creating delicate; and romantic looks to emphasize fragility and femininity. The more the costumes of Annie Hall played in contrast: tightly buttoned shirts, wide-leg trousers, voluminous jackets. These outfits became a breath of fresh air, which led to their active copying. The emancipated women of Manhattan were the first to embrace the revolutionary idea, followed by the whole world.

As Ruth Morley commented, the image of Annie influenced by the style of the actress who played her. Diane Keaton loved menswear. And judging by the actress’s Instagram page, her preferences have not changed much since the 70s: she still wears wide trousers, oversized shirts and boyfriend-style jackets.

Pearl jewelry from historical series

According to Ari Aminoff, CEO of Matt Aminoff, which supplies cultured pearls, demand for cultured pearls has grown significantly in recent years. This is primarily due to the release of several historical films; including The Favorite by Yorgos Lanthimos, The Two Queens by Josie Rourke, and the Netflix series The Crown by Stephen Daldry. Ari Aminoff emphasizes that clients are showing an increased interest in precisely those jewelry worn by queens in films. The greatest love won by Claire Foy’s jewelry, who played the role of Elizabeth II.