I am most recently inspired by Woody Allen films from the late 80's/early 90's. I watched "Hannah and Her Sisters" last night. It's a must see, and for a Woody Allen film, it has a surprisingly hopeful and somewhat cheesy ending. One of the sisters in the film, "Holly", has the cookiest, most fabulous '86 style - insane amounts of rhinestoned jewelry, mismatches clothes, oversized pieces, headscarves, hats... And then there's "Manhattan" of course, and Diane Keaton's killer blazers and Meryl Streep's flowy tops and long blonde hair.
"Dead Man" has also been a source of fashion inspiration:
Think California, the West, feathers, furs, vests, Native American touches (face paint!)... Ah, I loved this film. It's a must-see.
And then there are the stained-glass windows as seen in Paris that give me all kinds of ideas,
*at the Jardin des Plants.
*Christmas decorations are up at the Galeries Lafayette.
A little galery that I always pass of my route home. I just noticed the falling body today,