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A great film can change national sentiment and give a human face to an intangible problem. Or, in one take, a well-crafted scene can make watchers rethink their entire closet. Sometimes, a piece of clothing or an accessory comes to define a film, redefining perceptions long after the credits have rolled.
From Lolita's sunglasses (we obviously had to pay homage to those heart-shaped icons) to Margot Tenenbaum's thrift-inspired coat, these aren't mere costumes: They are some of our favorite fashion movie moments of all time.
Contrary to what Hallmark will have you believe, red and pink aren’t the only colors one can or should wear on Valentine’s Day — nor are hearts the only print. Please. It's not that we don't dig the holiday's romanticism; it's just that dressing for it doesn't need to be so one-note. In fact, we're in favor of read
Weekend brunch options abound in New York City, but the cold winter months make the sport of staking out a primo table less appealing. In a city where you can get anything and everything delivered to your apartment at (nearly) all hours of the day, why not add devouring a hearty plate of pancakes and bacon to the list read