Style Inspired by Clueless
It’s been twenty years since Clueless was named Fashion Movie of the Year by WWD and Vogue. Luckily for us, the iconic 90s style created by costume designer Mona May is still majorly influential. Here’s a peek at some of our favorite looks.

Style Inspired by CluelessOveralls
These days it’s hard to miss this one-step, effortless staple. The denim piece has dominated both the runway and street.

Clueless Inspired StylePlaid
Preppy is back in a major way. An Ivy League fave, the pattern graced the runways on everything from outerwear to accessories.

Style Inspired by CluelessMini Backpack
The pint-sized accessory made famous by the Clueless crowd has become an absolute must-have for any fashionista.

Our Get the Look: Style Inspired by Clueless Boutique opened Sunday, July 19, at 11AM ET.

By Kasey Rowe, Assistant Fashion Editor

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July 19, 2015

As if we didn’t already love Clueless enough, director Amy Heckerling recently divulged to Vulture that she is bringing her cult-favorite 90s film to Broadway. Working as hard as Cher did to make over Tai, Amy is debating who should tackle the leading role of the movie’s beloved Beverly Hills princess.

Kay Perry

Amy told Vulture, “Katy Perry has expressed interest, and I love her to death.” While I’d love to see the doe-eyed singer on stage, the director also threw another rising star’s name in the ring, adding: “Maybe Iggy [Azalea] wants to do it!” After all, Iggy did pull inspiration from Cher and the gang in the music video for her chart-topping hit, “Fancy.” While the cast gets sorted out, I’ll be anxiously awaiting the dance routines that accompany my favorite scenes.

By Susie Kostaras, Associate Editor

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July 11, 2014

We’ve been on a movie kick for days (thanks, Golden Globe Awards). And, since we can’t seem to shake the obsession, we figured we’d share some of our favorite fashion flicks – and their heroines – with you.

1. Throw on a little Chanel, and voilà! You’re fabulous. At least that’s what The Devil Wears Prada taught us.

2. With a costume designer like Edith Head, Grace Kelly was destined to look perfect in Rear Window.

3. Imagine being plucked out of a bookstore, only to become the most fashionable model in Paris. Funny Face is our dream come true.

4. Cher Horowitz had a virtual closet. No explanation needed.

5. Surrounded by cake, shoes, and dresses, all day, every day? Marie Antoinette had it made.

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January 14, 2014