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Kim Novak and James Stewart, in Vertigo (1958) | © Paramount / REX / Shutterstock
Kim Novak and James Stewart, in Vertigo (1958) | © Paramount / REX / Shutterstock
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London Welcomes Two Weeks of Fashion in Film Festival

Picture of India Doyle
Updated: 14 March 2017
A new film festival opens this week, celebrating the best of fashion in film. Now in its 10th year, the festival will centre around the theme of wearing time; looking to the past, present and future to celebrate the convergence of art and style on the screen.

Whether it’s Greta Garbo on the set of The Temptress or Tilda Swinton lounging in Italy in full Dior during A Bigger Splash, fashion and film have always gone hand in hand. However the new fashion in film festival in London this month will spotlight on the less acknowledged glamour and more subtle style victories across a range of genres, languages and eras.

Over the course of the two weeks, boutique cinemas such as the Rio, Picturehouse Central, the Hoxton and Curzon Soho will show international classics including Tales of Manhattan, Tony Takitani, Don’t Look Now and Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. The scope of the schedule is to highlight how influential and diverse the relationship between fashion and film is. (You can also check out some of our favourite fashion documentaries there.)

Watch clips from our favourite films below, and find out more about the event and screening times here.

Tales of Manhattan

Vertigo

Space is the Place

Solaris