8 Most Fashionable Movies of All-Time (Did Your Fave Make The Cut?)

Come with us as we take you on a ride through some of the most fashionable movies in American culture.  In case you hadn’t noticed, movies have always had a huge hand in showing the masses what to wear and how to wear it.  Characters like Breakfast at Tiffany’s Holly Golightly and Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw went down in the fashion muse hall of fame after viewers fell in love with their impeccable style.  But it doesn’t stop there? (Of course not!)  We’ve put together a list of some of the most fashionable movies of all time. See if your favorite fashionable flick made our list in the gallery below.




Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961

The iconic opening scene of this movie shows style and grace at its best.


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  1. says:

    Exactly you said movies are just like a ideal man who loves everyone to follow because they learn from them whatever they are doing. And in movies case it tells about new industry fashion and new style. Which everyone like to know first thats the thing.

  2. says:

    Totally forgot to put Mohagany and Mo Betta Blues….

  3. says:

    OMG those are some of my favorite movies of all time… Breakfast at tiffany’s(1961) HOUSE PARTY(1990) CLUELESS(1995) DEVIL WEARS PRADA(2006). The last three are some of my FAVORITE MOVIES OF ALL TIMES <3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3

  4. says:

    Really???  House Party made the list but Annie Hall didn’t ??? 

  5. says:

    Well i know my style fashion is a little gaudy, but i LOVED How to Marry a Millionaire with Marilyn Munroe and Mame with Lucille Ball…little over the top but cutting edge

  6. says:

    “Rear Window” features Grace Kelly in a beautiful suit, a gorgeous cocktail dress, a great dress wuth a full skirt and a button-down shirt, cuffed jeans and penny loafers. A real life Princess wearing iconic fashions made even more beautiful by her beauty and sense of style.

    • says:

      And Eva Marie Saint’s dresses in “North By Northwest”.  Ditto Elizabeth Taylor in “Suddenly, Last Summer”.

  7. says:

    What about wonderfully tailored wardrobe in Inception?

  8. says:

    Pffft,  no North By Northwest?  No Bullit?  No Chicago?  Nuts to this list.

  9. says:

    House Party?? but no Oceans 11?

  10. says:

    Sex and the City represents our generation? Whose? I know SJP is not from mine.

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  12. says:

    lmfaooo i died when i saw shaft the super black man

  13. says:

    Where is Funny Face?  All about fashion with the divine Audrey Hepburn, and Fred Astaire’s style is beyond cool.

  14. says:

    I’ve seen two. The rest are unknown to me.

  15. says:

    House Party madethe list but Brad Pitt’s classic looks from Fight Club didn’t? What kind of losers made this list?

  16. says:

    This list is dreadful. How can you even consider this the best fashion movies “of all time”? Along with all the other movies listed below by other commenters, how’s this for a wild card: The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover? The entire film was costumed by Jean Paul Gaultier. Did you do any actual research or did you just stare at your DVD collection?

  17. says:

    How about a new rule. Before any movie can be placed on any kind of “Best Of All Time” list it must be at least 10 years old. Most things are not considered a ‘classic’ until they are at least 20 years old.

  18. says:

    Honestly, is this a joke? House Party? I’m so embarrassed.
    Where is St. Elmo’s Fire???

  19. says:

    Anne of Green Gables (1985) (TV) – Every time I see those beautiful dresses, I want to ditch my wardrobe and go vintage.

  20. says:

    Um, what about Iron Man? Robert Downey Jr. dresses impeccably, and so does Gwyneth Paltrow. Besides, nothing is more fashionable than flying robotic suit of armor built in a cave, with a box of scraps.

  21. says:

    This whole website is the worst.

  22. says:

    Untouchables. ‘Nuff said.

  23. says:

    Legally Blonde. “Whoever said orange is the new pink is seriously disturbed.”

  24. says:

    Okay, To leave “Blade Runner”off the list is just nuts. The film’s costumes and even poster have taken on a following and show up everywhere, from the vintage redux on Sean Young to the futuristic makeup on Darryl Hannah. Oh and more recently how about “The Fifth Element”? One of the largest budgets given to a fashion designer…or “Moulin Rouge”? Obviously this article needed 25-50 films to do anything justice, but seriously, “House Party”?

  25. says:

    There is this movie starring Robert Redford… uh, the Great Gatsby? No Annie Hall?

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