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FIVE MOVIES TO WATCH RIGHT NOW 

(AND TAKE SOME STYLE CUES FROM)
 

With a surplus of downtime now at our disposal, we’re turning to some of our all-time favorite movies for comfort, entertainment, and, of course, some at-home style inspiration. Below, find our top five picks—and your weekend plans.  
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FIVE MOVIES TO WATCH RIGHT NOW 

(AND TAKE SOME STYLE CUES FROM)
 

With a surplus of downtime now at our disposal, we’re turning to some of our all-time favorite movies for comfort, entertainment, and, of course, some at-home style inspiration. Below, find our top five picks—and your weekend plans.  

"Contempt"



It doesn’t get more quintessentially French than Brigitte Bardot in this Jean-Luc Godard love-affair, cinematic masterpiece. Not only does this ‘60s throwback provide all the Parisienne style inspiration we need, Bardot’s shrunken cardigan and thick headband (an instant remedy for unwashed hair) feel particularly relevant, too.
 
         
RELEASE DATE: 1963
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Tanine Autré 



Brigitte Bardot on the set of CONTEMPT, (aka LE MEPRIS), 1963. Courtesy Everett Collection.
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"Contempt"



It doesn’t get more quintessentially French than Brigitte Bardot in this Jean-Luc Godard love-affair, cinematic masterpiece. Not only does this ‘60s throwback provide all the Parisienne style inspiration we need, Bardot’s shrunken cardigan and thick headband (an instant remedy for unwashed hair) feel particularly relevant, too.
 
         
RELEASE DATE: 1963
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Tanine Autré 



Brigitte Bardot on the set of CONTEMPT, (aka LE MEPRIS), 1963. Courtesy Everett Collection.

"Contempt"

   
It doesn’t get more quintessentially French than Brigitte Bardot in this Jean-Luc Godard love-affair, cinematic masterpiece. Not only does this ‘60s throwback provide all the Parisienne style inspiration we need, Bardot’s shrunken cardigan and thick headband (an instant remedy for unwashed hair) feel particularly relevant, too.
  
       
RELEASE DATE: 1963
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Tanine Autré 

"Contempt"

   
It doesn’t get more quintessentially French than Brigitte Bardot in this Jean-Luc Godard love-affair, cinematic masterpiece. Not only does this ‘60s throwback provide all the Parisienne style inspiration we need, Bardot’s shrunken cardigan and thick headband (an instant remedy for unwashed hair) feel particularly relevant, too.
  
       
RELEASE DATE: 1963
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Tanine Autré 
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Brigitte Bardot on the set of CONTEMPT, (aka LE MEPRIS), 1963. Courtesy Everett Collection.

 

Brigitte Bardot on the set of CONTEMPT, (aka LE MEPRIS), 1963. Courtesy Everett Collection.
"Center Stage"
 


While drama runs high in this ballet-school, early-aughts cult favorite, the leotards, bodysuits, and leggings are exactly what we need to get us through everything from a new TikTok routine to Tracy Anderson at home.
 
       
RELEASE DATE: 2000

COSTUME DESIGNER: Ruth Myers


CENTER STAGE, Amanda Schull, Ethan Stiefel, 2000. © Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection.
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"Center Stage"
 


While drama runs high in this ballet-school, early-aughts cult favorite, the leotards, bodysuits, and leggings are exactly what we need to get us through everything from a new TikTok routine to Tracy Anderson at home.
 
       
RELEASE DATE: 2000

COSTUME DESIGNER: Ruth Myers


CENTER STAGE, Amanda Schull, Ethan Stiefel, 2000. © Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection.

"Center Stage"
 
 
While drama runs high in this ballet-school, early-aughts cult favorite, the leotards, bodysuits, and leggings are exactly what we need to get us through everything from a new TikTok routine to Tracy Anderson at home. 
  
       
RELEASE DATE: 2000
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Ruth Myers


"Center Stage"
 
 
While drama runs high in this ballet-school, early-aughts cult favorite, the leotards, bodysuits, and leggings are exactly what we need to get us through everything from a new TikTok routine to Tracy Anderson at home. 
  
       
RELEASE DATE: 2000
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Ruth Myers

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CENTER STAGE, Amanda Schull, Ethan Stiefel, 2000. © Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection.


CENTER STAGE, Amanda Schull, Ethan Stiefel, 2000. © Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection.
"Austin Powers in Goldmember"
 


In the third of the trilogy, the ‘70s are back and Beyoncé is along for the ride as the unforgettable Foxxy Cleopatra. Her looks have us fantasizing about staying out all night, but for now, staying in will do just fine. See you on Houseparty.
 
       
RELEASE DATE: 2002

COSTUME DESIGNER: Deena Appel


GOLDMEMBER, Beyonce Knowles (center), 2002. © New Line Cinema. Courtesy Everett Collection.
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"Austin Powers in Goldmember"
 


In the third of the trilogy, the ‘70s are back and Beyoncé is along for the ride as the unforgettable Foxxy Cleopatra. Her looks have us fantasizing about staying out all night, but for now, staying in will do just fine. See you on Houseparty.
 
       
RELEASE DATE: 2002

COSTUME DESIGNER: Deena Appel


GOLDMEMBER, Beyonce Knowles (center), 2002. © New Line Cinema. Courtesy Everett Collection.
"Austin Powers in Goldmember"


 
In the third of the trilogy, the ‘70s are back and Beyoncé is along for the ride as the unforgettable Foxxy Cleopatra. Her looks have us fantasizing about staying out all night, but for now, staying in will do just fine. See you on Houseparty. 
  
       
RELEASE DATE: 2002

COSTUME DESIGNER: Deena Appel

"Austin Powers in Goldmember"


 
In the third of the trilogy, the ‘70s are back and Beyoncé is along for the ride as the unforgettable Foxxy Cleopatra. Her looks have us fantasizing about staying out all night, but for now, staying in will do just fine. See you on Houseparty. 
  
       
RELEASE DATE: 2002

COSTUME DESIGNER: Deena Appel

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GOLDMEMBER, Beyonce Knowles (center), 2002. © New Line Cinema. Courtesy Everett Collection.
 

GOLDMEMBER, Beyonce Knowles (center), 2002. © New Line Cinema. Courtesy Everett Collection.
"Stealing Beauty"



Filled with stunning sunlit meadows and set in a Tuscan villa, this coming-of-age romance is virtually an homage to Liv Tyler’s beguiling raw beauty and the scintillating innocence of youth on brink of experience. Bring the outdoors in with Spring’s sweetest florals and pair with rustic accessories.
 
         
RELEASE DATE: 1996
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Louise Stjernsward 


STEALING BEAUTY, Liv Tyler, 1996. Century Fox Film Corp./courtesy Everett Collection.
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"Stealing Beauty"



Filled with stunning sunlit meadows and set in a Tuscan villa, this coming-of-age romance is virtually an homage to Liv Tyler’s beguiling raw beauty and the scintillating innocence of youth on brink of experience. Bring the outdoors in with Spring’s sweetest florals and pair with rustic accessories.
 
         
RELEASE DATE: 1996
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Louise Stjernsward 


STEALING BEAUTY, Liv Tyler, 1996. Century Fox Film Corp./courtesy Everett Collection.

"Stealing Beauty"

 
 
Filled with stunning sunlit meadows and set in a Tuscan villa, this coming-of-age romance is virtually an homage to Liv Tyler’s beguiling raw beauty and the scintillating innocence of youth on brink of experience. Bring the outdoors in with Spring’s sweetest florals and pair with rustic accessories.

  
RELEASE DATE: 1996
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Louise Stjernsward
 

"Stealing Beauty"

 
 
Filled with stunning sunlit meadows and set in a Tuscan villa, this coming-of-age romance is virtually an homage to Liv Tyler’s beguiling raw beauty and the scintillating innocence of youth on brink of experience. Bring the outdoors in with Spring’s sweetest florals and pair with rustic accessories.

  
RELEASE DATE: 1996
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Louise Stjernsward
 
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STEALING BEAUTY, Liv Tyler, 1996. Century Fox Film Corp./courtesy Everett Collection.
 

STEALING BEAUTY, Liv Tyler, 1996. Century Fox Film Corp./courtesy Everett Collection.
"MARIE ANTOINETTE"

 

 
Sofia Coppola’s pastel-hued, debauchery-laden take on 18th-century Versailles—complete with rich tapestry bedding, diamonds aplenty, and perfectly-un-coiffed bedhair—is giving us all the motivation we need to set our alarms one minute before our first Zoom meeting—and even answer them from bed (camera, off).
 
 
       
RELEASE DATE: 2006
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Milena Canonero


MARIE ANTOINETTE, Kirsten Dunst, 2006.Sony Pictures/Moviestore Collection Ltd.
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"MARIE ANTOINETTE"

 

 
Sofia Coppola’s pastel-hued, debauchery-laden take on 18th-century Versailles—complete with rich tapestry bedding, diamonds aplenty, and perfectly-un-coiffed bedhair—is giving us all the motivation we need to set our alarms one minute before our first Zoom meeting—and even answer them from bed (camera, off).
 
 
       
RELEASE DATE: 2006
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Milena Canonero


MARIE ANTOINETTE, Kirsten Dunst, 2006.Sony Pictures/Moviestore Collection Ltd.

"MARIE ANTOINETTE"
 
 
 
Sofia Coppola’s pastel-hued, debauchery-laden take on 18th-century Versailles—complete with rich tapestry bedding, diamonds aplenty, and perfectly-un-coiffed bedhair—is giving us all the motivation we need to set our alarms one minute before our first Zoom meeting—and even answer them from bed (camera, off).
  
       
RELEASE DATE: 2006
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Milena Canonero


"MARIE ANTOINETTE"
 
 
 
Sofia Coppola’s pastel-hued, debauchery-laden take on 18th-century Versailles—complete with rich tapestry bedding, diamonds aplenty, and perfectly-un-coiffed bedhair—is giving us all the motivation we need to set our alarms one minute before our first Zoom meeting—and even answer them from bed (camera, off).
  
       
RELEASE DATE: 2006
 
COSTUME DESIGNER: Milena Canonero

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MARIE ANTOINETTE, Kirsten Dunst, 2006.Sony Pictures/Moviestore Collection Ltd.


MARIE ANTOINETTE, Kirsten Dunst, 2006.Sony Pictures/Moviestore Collection Ltd.