Style Lessons From The Silver Screen

We all need a bit of style inspiration every now and again and where better to take it from than some of the best movies of all time?


An all time classic, Pachino in Serpico is American workwear at its very finest… also a pretty good excuse to wear a beanie anywhere, anyhow.


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My Own Private Idaho

A bit of a cult classic and a true homage to the late great River Phoenix.

My Own Private Idaho documents the journey of discovery taken by two young, very well dressed, American teens. From cord shirts to leather jackets and pretty special sunglasses this film has it all and more to boot.


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Choose life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family.

Love it or hate it, Trainspotting is one of the best films of recent times. The style perfectly epitomises that early 90’s city grime… and we can’t get enough of it.


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The Great Escape

One of the biggest sartorial icons of all time, Steve McQueen is renowned world wide for his effortless style, weather wearing a roll neck under a perfectly tailored blazer or jeans and a tee his dressing was nonchalant but perfectly styled.

The Great Escape is a prime example of this, and a life lesson in how to make a navy T-Shirt and a pair of Chinos look super cool.


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Annie Hall

Woody Alan is the perfect anti hero, someone whose meandering monologues, at one point or another, we can all relate to.

Not your typical style icon there was definitely always something to him and Annie Hall epitomises it, just look at that chambray.


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Rebel Without A Cause

The ultimate bad boy and undeniable king of cool, James Dean, shows us how to make the iconic Harrington look like the coolest jacket there ever was. Plus, anyone who can pull off jeans and t-shirt like this has to go down in the style hall of fame.

LOS ANGELES - 1955: Actor James Dean poses for a Warner Bros publicity shot for his film 'Rebel Without A Cause' in 1955 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

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