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gone with the wind

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gone with the wind

  1. 1. Fashion Orientation Movie-Gone with the wind Presented byDinesh Das Kirti Dhingra Prasansha Jaiswal Richa Sinha Sohini Bhuwalka
  2. 2.  Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American epic historical romance film adapted from Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer-winning 1936 novel  Set in the 19th-century American South, the film tells the story of Scarlett O'Hara, played by Vivien Leigh, and her romantic pursuit of Ashley Wilkes who is married to his cousin, Melanie Hamilton and her marriage to Rhett Butler  Set against the backdrop of the American Civil War and Reconstruction era, the story is told from the perspective of white Southerners
  3. 3. In 1939, movie history changed, Gone with the Wind, a literary phenomenon in its own right, was released. Making legends out of Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Olivia de Havilland, and Leslie Howard, this movie is often seen as the most important movie of the Golden Age of Hollywood.
  4. 4. Main characters Scarlett O'Hara:  She is an atypical protagonist. When the movie begins, Scarlett is sixteen.  She is vain, self centered, somewhat spoiled, can be insecure, and has an intelligent, bright mind. She stands out in that she is smarter than and very much unlike the typical party-going Southern belles around her.  She can be a high-strung busybody, but for someone so smart, with men she loves, she can go into a mode where she is both babyish and overthinks little things.  On the outside she seems charming, busy, good, and smart; but on the inside she is insecure.
  5. 5. Rhett Butler:  A bold, cynical rule-breaker, Rhett claims that his heroic smuggling during the war was purely for profit and that he doesn’t care what society thinks of him.  Comfortable with his wealth and the presentation of it, Rhett tries to downplay any service he performs to those around him.  Rejected by everyone in his hometown of Charleston, Rhett is drawn to Scarlett because he sees her as his soul mate in rebellion.  Despite his many problems with Scarlett as a wife and mother, Rhett loves their daughter Bonnie very deeply.
  6. 6. Rhett and Scarlett’s story
  7. 7. Time Period Gone With the Wind portrays an aspect of Southern life, the confederacy, and slavery during the Civil War time period. It also shows much of the war coming from a Southern perspective The costumes, designed by Walter Plunkett, were historically accurate for the time. Facial hair, dark jackets, bright waistcoats, and tight fitting trousers held up by suspenders for the men. For the women, Regency gowns, corsets, elaborate hats, and petticoats. Both men and women wore slippers and shoes on formal occasions, and more durable shoes everyday
  8. 8. Awards and Accolades  At the 12th Academy Awards held in 1940, Gone with the Wind set a record for Academy Award wins and nominations, winning in eight of the competitive categories it was nominated in, from a total of thirteen nominations  It won for Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Interior Decoration and Best Editing, and received two further honorary awards for its use of equipment and color (it also became the first color film to win Best Picture)  Hattie McDaniel became the first African-American to win an Academy Award—beating out her co-star Olivia de Havilland who was also nominated in the same  Screenwriter Sidney Howard became the first posthumous Oscar winner, Selznick personally received the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award for his career achievements, and Vivien Leigh won the New York Film Critics Award for Best Actress
  9. 9. Costume designs  The costumes designed by Walter Plunkett for Gone with the Wind remain among the most famous in film history for their beauty, construction and the sheer volume of them required for the film.  As Gone with the Wind was an epic being filmed in Technicolor, Selznick demanded the costumes be sensational while remaining historically accurate. Plunkett and his team created over 5,000 pieces of clothing for the principal cast and thousands of extras.  The costumes, particularly Scarlett’s gowns, covered two major historical periods (the Civil War and Reconstruction), and reflected the changing fashions of the time
  10. 10. Iconic dresses from the movie The green curtain dress with accompanying green velvet dressing gown. The burgundy ball gown
  11. 11. A frilled collar on both the jacket and dress are mirrored in the fancy headpiece. Gold and blue jewellery and an elegant up-do finish off the look.
  12. 12. Casual loungewear is a no-no for Scarlett, instead wearing this fur and velvet coat teamed with a head of curls and diamond earrings.
  13. 13. A mixture of yellow, white, black and blue make a regal concoction. The detailed piping and bold hat make Scarlett look like a woman not to mess with.
  14. 14. This sequin royal blue dress has a bird shoulder detail and gleaming expensive jewellery, thanks to Rhett.
  15. 15. It's not just day to day fashion which Scarlett excels in. This powder blue nightwear set is lavish with the fur white trim.
  16. 16. Influence on the popular TV show :Gossip Girl
  17. 17. Gone with the Wind Fashion Tips: Always appear every inch the refined Southern Belle-This is commandment number one.
  18. 18. Take inspiration where you can find it You never know what’s sitting around waiting to be a sartorial gold mine.
  19. 19. Keep it in the family. Fashion sense, that is. Pass on a keen fashion sense to your daughter. Also pass on riding safety tips.
  20. 20. Keep refined tastes Your fashion sense will develop over time. Make sure it’s always…fashionable.
  21. 21. Sometimes you need a good shopping spree. Always!
  22. 22. Pick an appropriate wedding dress The poufy sleeves are full of secret longings for Ashley.
  23. 23. Protecting your skin from the blistering sun is a command Slapping your sister across the face is a choice.
  24. 24. Treat your tresses If you’ve got the hair for it, why not try intricate hairstyles?
  25. 25. Yes, tomorrow is another day… But fashion is eternal.

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