From the New York Post Article:
Holly Golightly’s celluloid moment was an instant style classic. Five decades after its debut, it girls are still taking notes.
By SERENA FRENCH
In 1961, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” set the fashion world alight. Fifty years on, the ladylike look is hotter than ever.
Coco Chanel may be lauded for inventing the little black dress, but no one wore it like Holly Golightly.
In spite of her boyish charms, Audrey Hepburn made moviegoers believe unreservedly in her character, the madcap romantic, dreaming of a life of wild glamour in the big city, with a wardrobe to match.
With frocks dreamed up by French couturier Hubert de Givenchy, Holly’s feminine style transcended party-girl glitz and became something truly timeless (no reality TV train wrecks here.) It’s a look that’s enjoying a major comeback this season – just last month, both Lady Gaga and Anna Faris stepped out in LBDs by Moschino that could have been plucked from a film still. Retro never looked so modern.
1. Moschino dress, $2,195 at Saks Fifth Avenue, 611 Fifth Ave. Medusa barrette, $138 at Henri Bendel, 712 Fifth Ave. “Stardust” earclips, $29,500 at Verdura, 745 Fifth Ave. “Trifari” multi-strand pearl necklace, $848, and diamante oval brooch (attached), $448, both at houseoflavande.com. Gloves, $36 at gaspargloves.com
2. Velvet gown, $3,890 at Oscar de la Renta, 772 Madison Ave. Tom Binns Swarovski multistrand necklace, $2,000 at Henri Bendel. Diamante oval brooch (worn in hair), $448 at houseoflavande.com. “Duchess” earclips, $14,500 at Verdura, 745 Fifth Ave. Gloves, $36 at gaspargloves.com Ray-Ban sunglasses, $110 at sunglasshut.com
PHOTO BY VICTORIA WILL
STYLIST: ANAHITA MOUSSAVIAN
HAIR: DAMIAN MONZILLO FOR BA REPS
MAKEUP: LAUREN WHITWORTH FOR MAC COSMETICS
MODEL: HANNAH AT MAJOR MODEL MANAGEMENT