Why “Bridgerton” won’t start a craze for corsets (the screen no longer dictates how we dress)

)nce upon a time in Hollywood, films influenced what we wore. Ralph Lauren styled the look of “Annie Hall” (1977) and showed menswear could be womenswear, “American Gigolo” (1980) kickstarted the rise of Giorgio Armani and “Risky Business” (1983) sparked a run on Ray-Ban Wayfarers. Perhaps most memorably, “Flashdance” made unitards and leg-warmers the uniform of the 1980s. Cinematic beauty inspired us all. Read more (Economist)

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