Best chick flicks
Gone with the Wind - The sheer scale of 1939's Gone With The Wind was reflected in the 19th century outfits - over 5,000 individal items of clothing were crated by the film's costume designer, Walter Plunkett. FACT: The memorable green dress pictured was made from a pair of old curtains in the film - Scarlett wanted to look perfect for Rhett Butler's return, and show she could still look elegant despite the hardships of the Civil War.
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S (1961) Audrey Hepburn plays naive Holly Golightly, a girl looking for love – and money – in New York. Pairing Givenchy's dress with a cigarette holder, it made Hepburn an icon. Did you know? Classic song Moon River was written specially for the film and went on to win the 1961 Oscar for Best Song.
CASABLANCA (1942) Combining wartime intrigue with an ill-fated love affair, Casablanca is a copper-bottom classic. Bogart is world-weary bar owner Rick and an incandescent Ingrid Bergman plays the woman who walks back into his life. Watch it for: Immortal one-liners such as “Here’s looking at you kid” and “We’ll always have Paris”.