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Last night Elle celebrated Tinseltown’s elite at their Women in Hollywood celebration. Vets like Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn mixed with the younger set, which included Mad Men‘s adorable Kiernan Shipka (who looked like she walked right off the set in her retro frock). The fashionable crowd included Sofia Coppola (classy in black and white), Rachel Zoe (fabulous in fur), Gwyneth Paltrow (punchy in tangerine) and many more.
This morning we were perusing some photos, and we came across one of Rihanna looking all sorts of ridiculous. Sometimes we question her sartorial choices, but this particular getup seemed weirdly familiar. And then we realized: this look is entirely derivative. Of what exactly? We’ll tell you.
Outside of the military, few men have been able to turn their personal uniforms into fashion iconography. And whether the fashion world liked him or not, there’s now a serious discussion going on about the merits of George Steinbrenner‘s trademark combination of a white turtleneck and a blazer.
When it comes to fashion frontrunners, we’re used to seeing our French, Italian, and Russian neighbors top the best-dressed list. But this Monday, the American style-setter will get to enjoy the fashion spotlight, as the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala celebrates this year’s exhibition, American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity. In honor of this glorious recognition from the Met, Condé Nast and the CFDA, we’re revisiting some of America’s most notable fashion moments with our picks for the biggest style game changers in American history.
In a survey conducted by The Radio Times, a group of 1,000 men and and 1,000 women were asked to name their favorite female film roles. Not surprisingly, the ladies chose the powerful, independent characters, and the men noted the sexy bikini-clad hotties. So, in an homage to the ladies of the silver screen, we present you with seven of our favorite and most fashionable film heroines.