Shopping Bag: Sofia Coppola

Coach Spring 2017.
Live life like it's a dreamy teen movie.

Whether she's sitting front row at Marc Jacobs, or directing our new favorite film, the style of Sofia Coppola and her body of cinematic work is always the subject of major envy. There's just something about the fashion in her movies. Not only do they add to the authenticity of the films, but they somehow manage to be trendsetting and insanely coveted. From her beginnings with a grungy black and white short, to the fantastical world of Marie Antoinette, to the story of the infamous Bling Ring, the star of the show is always the style, and her film's costumes often serve as inspiration for designers, stylists, and directors alike. It also just so happens that the styles in Coppola's films give major fall vibes. The 70s mood of The Virgin Suicides as well as the decadence of Marie Antoinette littered the season's runways. Translate your favourite character's looks into your everyday wardrobe with these key Sofia Coppola-inspired pieces.   

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Main Image: Lost in Translation, 2003

Read more: Our fashion intern met Alexander Wang last week.  *PLUS* Couturesque just dropped our first ever fashion film over here.



~ ABOUT THE AUTHOR ~
Autumn Breeze is our Fashion Market Editor.  In her spare time, she is a writer and artist who enjoys 35mm film photography, bingeing on Game Of Thrones, James Dean films, obnoxiously over-using the dog filter, and long walks on the beach.
 

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