Pop Tart: Yé-Yé Movie Style in Masculin, Féminin

The Movie:French yé-yé girl Chantal Goya plays Madeleine Zimmer, a budding New Wave chanteuse in Jean-Luc Godard's1966 film Masculin, Féminin. With a dreamy haircut, a ménage à quatre with her Marxist boyfriend and her single "Pinball Champ" # 6 in Japan, Madeleine's tone stays sweet and simple as she turbulently rises to the top.
The Style:Neatly winsome as she distractedly pulls her hair, Madeleine favors unassuming styles, round neck collars and her favorite light knit sweater. Dancing at La Locomotive, kicking it in the studio, watching a Bergman film or drinking a Pepsi, Madeleine keeps accessories minimal with a heart locket, stripe scarf and black purse with chain link details. Like all good hipster girls, she plays the jukebox and keeps her politics, pop charts and panache cute, but not cloying.
Get The Look: To release your inner yé-yé pick up a Sabrina Dehoff's 'personal treasures for tiny dames' gold necklace, a Three Layer Scarf in black and the beige NEAL by Neal Sperling stitch sweater and always, always dance to your own tune.


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