We all have our favorite New York City fashion movie moment. Whether it was Audrey Hepburn's classy all-black get-up in Breakfast at Tiffany's or Andy Sachs's triumphant makeover (complete with stunning Chanel boots) in The Devil Wears Prada, these endorphin-boosting stunners have shaped the way we want to dress. Now Parsons is bringing you some of the most stylistically iconic New York movies ever made in a monthly series that will help you relive some major couture classics...for free! Every Tuesday night in April, the school will host "Fashion in Film: New York City," a series of four of our fave trend-making classics set in the Big Apple to celebrate the launch of their new graduate fashion program— the Master of Arts in Fashion Studies. Leading film and fashion critics will introduce the movie each week, including flicks like Annie Hall, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Sabrina and Klute. So get dolled up in your best vintage get-up, grab some popcorn, and stop by to gawk at everything from Audrey Hepburn's glamorous ball gowns to Barbra Streisand's wicked silvery white headpiece. Hey, maybe you'll even meet your leading man.
The New School's Historic Tishman Auditorium
66 West 12th Street, (between 5th and 6th avenues); 212-229-5667
Schedule: April 6, Annie Hall; April 13, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever; April 20, Sabrina; and April 27, Klute.
All movies run from 7:30-9:30p.m. General admission: Free