'mad men' latest from hollywood to influence fashion - white polyester film
AMC series "Mad Men of advertising" was honored for its sharp writing, beautiful acting skills and a vivid portrayal of life at an advertising company in New York in early 1960.
Its fashion sense has also attracted people's attention.
The series features all the features of that era-thin-
Printed suit and tight tie
Loose dress and pencil skirt, Peter Pan collar, soft pink and green ---
It has attracted the attention of fashion designers and garment manufacturers.
Banana Republic where "madman" is placed --
Inspired costumes displayed in the window even offer the opportunity to walk
The character of the winner of the competition.
"Mad Men" will return to season 3 on Sunday, not the first Hollywood work to influence fashion trends.
For decades, film and television programs have played a major role in determining people's fashion choices, whether they are aware of it or not.
Here are a few examples. 1.
In 1934 films, what happened one night, star Clark Gable took off his shirt and showed his bare chest instead of standard white underwear.
For decades, an urban legend has insisted that underwear sales have fallen by 75% until World War II.
Although the mythical location is snowps
Com says the fact is uncertain and we are still talking about it 75 years later, which proves the power of the legend. 2.
1967 films Bonnie and Clyde and their (
The fashion of the Times continues to inspire today's designers.
The beret, scarf, trench coat, fitted cardigan and long pencil skirt of Faye Dunaway were popular at the time, and still so today. 3.
Anne Hall boldly showed women the charm of male preppy students.
Star Diane Keaton wore loose pants, dress shirts, vests and ties in the 1977 Woody Allen movie.
The film is said to have affected a surge in sales of women's ties. 4.
"Saturday Night Heat" revived the disco craze in 1977 and told men it's OK to wear a crotch --
Wide hug pantsopen, chest-
Shirt and large medal jewelry.
John Travolta's white polyester suit-
Later, it was bought at auction by film critic Gene Siskel. -became a disco-era icon. 5.
1983 movie "Flash Dance" to wear--
Like a jersey ripped off the shoulder, skinny leggings and warm legs ---
Sexy women in early 1980.
According to the Internet Movie Database, actor Jennifer bear is said to have cut off the collar of an already shrunk Jersey in order to put it on the head. 6.
The 1980 TV series "vice president of Miami" has been successful in the TV and men's clothing sector with its lightweight fabrics and pastel colors.
Signature styling of star Don Johnson-T-
Shirts, jackets, linen pants and shoes-
Can be seen all over the country. (
He also popularized the unscratched stubble. bearded look. )7.
Sex and the city hipster Sarah Jessica Parker, who was in Carrie, talked about the constant drama of her shoe addiction from 1998 to 2004, giving birth to 2008 movies.
Fast, high heels-
Paired with throwing-together look --
With brands such as Manolo Blahnik and Jimmy Choo, it has become a cool topic for the audience to pay attention. 8.
Start a game show of popular trends?
It happened to "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and host Regis Philbin was wearing a monochrome shirt --and-tie look.
Later, he introduced a series of shirts and ties in the Van Heusen series of Regis.