Stylish Films

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by robbie, Apr 23, 2009.

  1. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    If films have any affect at all on how you dress, what films influence your dress and why?
     


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    a clockwork orange.

    I only wear white jumpsuits with bowler hats nowadays.
     


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    I take most of my style cues from James Spader and Robert Downey Jr. in Less Than Zero. Also, I wouldn't mind looking like certain characters from certain Wes Anderson films. Robbie, have you ever seen Badlands? I think that would be my pick for you. [​IMG]
     


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    I could see lk being a fan of this one: [​IMG]
     


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    Good topic Robbie. Any Wes Anderson flick immediately comes to mind even though I can't identify personally wardrobe wise with any characters. War movies are easy and any classic New York 60's movie works. I wear jeans and v-necks...that is every movie ever made. Jason Thick as Thieves should have a good answer.
     


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    any1 seen james bond daniel craig dresses real gud lulz?!
     


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    PG often says my fits reminded him of the Graduate. I just watched it for the first time a couple months ago and I can see it. [​IMG]
     


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    Quadrophenia and This Is England. Good mod and skinhead stuff in em.
     


  9. PinkPantser

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    [​IMG] From l to r: robin, robbie, tagutcow
     


  10. robbie

    robbie Pleading Poverty

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    I take most of my style cues from James Spader and Robert Downey Jr. in Less Than Zero

    Robbie, have you ever seen Badlands? I think that would be my pick for you.


    I haven't, aside from the pedophilia it looks to be a decent film. And as far as style goes, denim/denim and a kick ass what is that caddy? In particular I found the 'excuse the grammar' bit nice.

    Obviously a thread on this subject that doesn't mention 'Bullitt' is useless.


    Recently "...Benjamin Button" has had a fairly large influence as they dressed Pitt in what I'd consider almost exclusively 'Americana'. I just like that they did it in a good way and not all geeky garb like a lot of other modern films set in that period.

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    robin, robbie, tagutcow


    thats pretty spot on, scary.

    Secret Service- I'd have to agree with the Wes Anderson bit. Although unbeknownst to me at the time Bottle Rocket epitomized that late 90's thrift store cool I tried (and still try) to copy all through middle and high school. The Royal Tenenbaums is teeming with style also.
     


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    [​IMG] Adrian Brody's suit here had me jonesing for a light gray suit which I ended up buying from TaT. [​IMG] p.f. flyers are a must.
     


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    Adrian Brody's suit here had me jonesing for a light gray suit which I ended up buying from TaT.


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    I thought the same thing when I saw the movie. Definitely an item I'd want to get before the year is out.
     


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    "North By Northwest" Cary Grant
    "Sabrina" Audrey Hepburn
    "Breakfast at Tiffany's" Audrey Hepburn
    "To Catch a Thief" Cary Grant and Grace Kelly
    "Funny Face" Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn
    "The Talented Mr. Ripley" Jude Law
    "Casablanca" Humphrey Bogart
    "Love in The Afternoon" Gary Cooper and Audrey Hepburn
    "Brideshead Revisited" (miniseries with Jeremy Irons, not the recent movie)
    "Jeeves and Wooster" (tv series with Hugh Laurie)
    "Patton" George C Scott
    "American Gigolo"
    "Ocean's 11" Both versions, with Frank Sinatra and also the one with George Clooney
     


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    ^^ Is that a flap breast pocket? Does it have action back too? [​IMG]
     


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    i always thought this was bad ass.
     


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