5 Fashionable Films We’re Excited To See This Holiday Season

One of my favorite parts of the holiday months is that it’s prime time for all the best movies of the year. You have a perfectly good excuse to spend weekend nights in comfy clothes, in the dark depths of a movie theater, losing yourself in fantasy lives and fictional characters. If you’re anything like me, the experience is only sweetened with really, really good costuming. This upcoming season is stacked up to have some really great films with equally rewarding sartorial detailing, from a Russian period drama to a Tarantino western. Here are 5 stylish films we can’t wait to see over the holidays:

Anna Karinina

There’s honestly not much not to love about Kiera Knightly in a period piece – she was made for this, don’t you think? While the film has gotten mixed reviews (much of it is set on a stage) we’re sure the gowns, jewels and hair will be worth the $14 ticket price all on their own.

Gangster Squad

1940s Los Angeles. Ryan Gosling. Emma Stone. Suits, guns and gowns. Need we say more?

Skyfall

Okay confession – we already saw this one. Take it from the IFB team, it was as sleek and stylish as you could ever hope for James Bond to be. Fast-paced, globe-trotting action in impeccably tailored suits is all you need to know. Oh, and Javier Bardem as the most amazing villain we’ve seen in years.

Hitchcock

With an all-star cast including Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren and Scarlet Johannson as Janet Leigh, this film about the making of the cult classic horror film, Psycho – is sure to be as creepy as it is stylish.

Django Unchained

“With the help of his mentor, a slave-turned-bounty hunter sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner.” Take that little snippit, picture Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCapprio and the old south and we’re totally on board. Just think of all the hats.

What movies are you excited to see this holiday season?

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  1. Laura H

    I got to see Anna Karenina last September in London, and let me tell you… it was worth every penny. And not just for the fantastic work done by the costume and hair&makeup design teams. The performances, the cinematography… It was just such a beautiful and dramatic movie.

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  2. Sophie

    I am soooo excited to see Baz Lurhmann’s adaption of The Great Gatsby and I read the book so that I would fully appreciate the film and I LOVE the ’20s (especially the fashions) so was gutted to find out it isn’t going to be released until May next year. However, I’m sure it will be a sartorial masterpiece so hopefully it will be well worth waiting for :) I REALLY want to see Gangster Squad x

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    Ashley Robison

    Hitchcock was amazing. I caught a sneak preview the other day. Gorgeous!

    I definitely have to agree with The Great Gatsby! How can y’all crazy girls leave that off the list?

    I haven’t heard of Gangster Squad, but anything with Emma Stone & Ry Gos is going to be another wet dream. I loved them in Crazy Stupid Love!

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