Breakfast at tiffany's Movie review

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Breakfast at tiffany's Movie review

  1. 1. SUBMITTED BY: RIDDHI MALVIYA (B.F.TECH III) REVIEW OF THE MOVIE “BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S “ MENTOR: MR. JANMAY SINGH HADA
  2. 2. ABOUT THE MOVIE Story of a woman making her own way in the big city Lead actress : Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly, an eccentric cafe society girl Its influence on costume design and classic style is legendary, and it forever changed the look of women everywhere
  3. 3. HOLLY’S FASHION STATEMENT Dying inside, uses beautiful clothing as a disguise Wardrobe Designer: Hubert de Givenchy Has limited options, but each piece she wears again usually looks different due to her accessory changes. A glam doll, even her nightgown is super glamorous!
  4. 4. Four Timeless Looks from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Epitomized 1961 glamour Holly made viewers everywhere pine for a wardrobe makeover and a salon day
  5. 5. 1.Little Black Dress Invented by: Coco Chanel But launched by Breakfast at Tiffany’s Holly convinced women everywhere that the LBD was a wardrobe must-have She honed this fringed Givenchy cocktail dress three times in the film, each time breathing new life into it through a little inspired accessorizing
  6. 6. 2. Oversized Sunglasses Designed by:by Oliver Goldsmith Added a modern, playful twist to Holly’s classic gowns and pearls Trend popularized further by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in 1970s, Mary Kate Olsen in the modern era
  7. 7. 3. The French Pleat This dramatic updo elevated Hepburn’s delicate beauty into something regal Became so synonymous with the film that it’s hard to separate the two Its recent, more casual incarnation, the top knot, proves that Holly’s trendsetting mojo is still working its magic.
  8. 8. 4.The Cat Eye Hepburn’s understated cat-eye makeup gave her sophisticated style a flirtatious, sultry edge without going over the top The look remains a staple for anyone looking to add a little sizzle to their style. Followed hotly by American celebrities like Rihanna and Angelina Jolie
  9. 9. FASHION ADOPTION THEORIES •Innovation initiated from the street •Since she is a struggling city girl, her wardrobe consists of many low end items of clothing, but she makes them work by experimenting with accessories Trickle up •A style offered by top strata , accepted by lower strata •As soon as Holly’s wardrobe items hit the market, people from everywhere flocked to the stores to own a piece “just like Audrey did”... Trickle down •Fashion moves horizontally between groups on similar social levels •The popularity of the movie has been believed to have introduced the Little Black dresses in countries such as India. Trickle across
  10. 10. SUBCULTURE SHOWN PRIMARILY IN THE MOVIE: MINIMALIST FASHION (Perfect balance out of imbalance)
  11. 11. TECHNICOLOR FASHION The Italian designer Givenchy dressed Hepburn in nearly all of her films, and the idea of every outfit was the same: simple, functional pieces with an emphasis on line and shape.
  12. 12. She's an aspiring socialite Cant afford much Accessorizes with elaborate jewels and broad-brimmed hats as big as her personality. Majority :black clothes
  13. 13. Relationships affects clothing Relationship progresses, her dressing becomes casual and colourful We see the "real" Holly who is both brighter and softer She is always adopting a persona in the form of her clothes
  14. 14. Youthful optimism Holly's pink party dress, worn on a date with a man she intends to marry, : spot of hope and happiness Her clothes are elegant and wearable at the same time.
  15. 15. ICONIC IMAGES FROM THE MOVIE Hepburn as Holly, carrying an oversized cigarette holder • Most iconic images of 20th century American cinema Holly's sunglasses • By Oliver Goldsmith Little Black Dress • The most iconic items of clothing in the history of the twentieth century
  16. 16. THANK YOU

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