There’s a perfectly good style on offer at times, and then there are looks that stay with you, the ones you’ve tried so hard to remake at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History: All-Star Edition’ Fashionista editors revisit their favorite lewks from trendy stars who regularly appear on the best clothing lists.
The people we call style icons likely have jobs that put them in front of the camera: actors, musicians, models, and so on. . As a writer and director, Coppola’s role is, by definition, behind the camera. But the spotlight still seems to find her – and she’s always better dressed when it happens.
Of course, Coppola has many links to the fashion world: She interned at Chanel as a teenager; she had her own clothing line, Milkfed, in the ’90s; he served as a longtime friend, collaborator, muse and guest at the Met Gala (as seen above) to Marc Jacobs. Her relationship with Chanel was never severed, and now she is making campaign films for Virginie Viard. In addition, her styled feature films such as “The Virgin Suicides” and “Marie Antoinette” were loved by the fashion crowd.
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Coppola clearly loves fashion and has a good eye for aesthetics. Married to his quiet nature, behind the scenes post and money, international upbringing, these qualities make him the most true icon of stealth style. Her outfits are practical, understated and classic, though not without touches of glamor and femininity. Partial in ankle-strap heels, shift dresses, cropped pants and crisp shirting, Coppola is a man who knows what he wants and what is right for him. She’s a minimalist in the beauty department too, her signature look consisting of a soft accentuated brown lob and subtle wash of red lip color.
Coppola’s outfits have attracted attention because of their simplicity, that is not easy to achieve. Below, check out 38 of the most beautiful birthday girl looks.
Feeling inspired? Purchase Coppola -inspired selections in the gallery below:
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