31/07/2012

The Golden Ticket

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Chanel - Cruise 2012 | The Tale of a Fairy The Short Film by Karl Lagerfeld

So it's my birthday...!

And I have another little giveaway that I want to share with you. I must say, this is one I would just like to keep for myself, but what is they say again, about give and take? With a brand spanking new iPad sitting at my feet as a result of my birthday celebrations, I felt that this is something that I wanted to share.

So I'm giving away 3 x double movie passes Gold Class-style. To do to enter please comment below (with your name and email address) telling me :

What movie has been the biggest inspiration to you in terms of fashion and / or style?

As a lover for all things Chanel, 'Coco Avant Chanel' is definitely up there for me. I also couldn't stop eyeing the iconic French handy work on the dresses in Marie Antoinette.

You have until 5pm AEST on the 6th August. Good luck! x


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8 comments:

Lotta Atzenbeck said...

Factory Girl I suppose as a big Andy Warhol fan and Vicky Christina Barcelona!

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Anide said...

It doesn't necessarily inspire what I wear today (for obvious reasons) but I remember watching Sophia Coppola's Marie Antoinette a second time just because I adored the wardrobe. :)

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Annie said...

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, lunch with the girls, dinner a deux. The look with which Audrey Hepburn is most associated: a simple, elegant Little Black Dress (which she accessorised with cat's eye sunglasses and gleaming ropes of great, big gobstopper pearls), has timeless appeal to suit any figure and occasion. Her other film, FUNNY FACE, has equally iconic fashion moments, making skinny black jeans and ballet flats a must-have pairing. Audrey always appeared soignee and poised, her gamine femininity is something to which I aspire.

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Sheralee Newsome said...

Getting past the classics is definitely not in the cards when Ally from The Notebook is present. With her beautifully elegant hair-do's, amazingly defined make-up and perfectly tailored dresses, she's a style force to be reckoned with! Whoever made the intentions of "that is so last season" to be negative clearly hasn't seen The Notebook, because the 1940's fashion is mesmerising!!! A movie where true beauty is defined through style.

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Dark Blue Stripes said...

Great giveaway for a movie addict such as myself.

Tough to pick just one film, but I must say I loved the fashion inspiration in the movie Breathless for the striped dress action.

Christie Moore

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AleenaB said...

Such a great giveaway. Happy belated Birthday!

Personal style wise, my biggest inspiration would have to be The Devil Wears Prada. From the opening credits I was inspired to up the ante in looking more polished on a daily basis. Then came the stunning transformation of dowdy Andy to fierce glamazon Andy thanks to a good haircut and the endless supply of designer choices from the Runway closet (swoon!). It made me realise what an important role clothes play in defining your look and in giving you confidence. Finally, Miranda Priestly's chic 'do has given me inspiration for my later years - now I will be able to rock a head of grey fabulously.

Aleena Bridge
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Nikki said...

How can I go past Clueless? I mean who didnt want her automatic wardrobe? Or her white Jeep Wrangler? I especially loved Dions outfits. Sexy with attitude!

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Dunya A said...

My fav fashion movie of all time is definately desperately seeking susan! Everything in the movie has come back time and time again. Hairbows are present in almost every scene, as are stacks of bangles, piles of necklaces, headscarves, and studded boots. Egyptian-inspired jewelry and brightly colored lipstick as well!!

Love it

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