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100 Years of Fashion Is Captured Through Women in Film

Which decade was your fashion favorite?

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100 Years of Fashion Is Captured Through Women in Film

Which decade was your fashion favorite?

Ever since the first feature length multi-reel film debuted in 1906 – an Australian production entitled The Story of the Kelly Gang – movies have captivated audiences for their ability to transport viewers to another world. In a recent video shared by Mode, 100 years of fashion is documented through the leading ladies, heroines and bombshells of the cinema. Some of the most iconic silver screen sirens are reviewed, including the likes of Elizabeth Taylor’s Cleopatra, Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly, Alicia Silverstone’s Cher and Reese Witherspoon’s Elle Woods. Check out the full video above and let us know what your favorite fashionable decade is in the comments below.

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