Top 10 classic movies representing fashion from EVERY era – You will be surprised after seeing #1! (With Pictures)
6. Factory Girl (60s)
The ’60s was a period where the societal tensions that percolated just underneath the surface during the ’50s finally rose to the surface. Civic unrest, mass protests and revolutionaries shaped this period. But society wasn’t the only thing changing during this decade—art, music and literature expanded in radical ways as well. And at the forefront of this new art stands a single figure: Andy Warhol. Also See: 23 best horror movies you can watch on Netflix right now (With Pictures)
Factory Girl, a biopic that tells the story of the famous artist and his muse, Edie Sedgwick—a socialite, model, and actress. They were such public figures that they acted as forefront of fashion the time: Warhol and his business/bohemian style made office-workers everywhere ditch their ties in favor of a turtleneck. Sedgwick had the signature look of cropped hair, black leotards, mini dresses, and large chandelier earrings.