The subject of this week's style inspiration is international cinema icon Anouk Aimee
From stylish dresses, slim-fit rain coats, and pastel dress shirts, to sailor suits, pleated skirts, and one of the most striking postman hats ever captured on film, the Umbrellas of Cherbourg serves up a wealth of fashion ideas for women and men.
The mother, suburban Paris, prostitution and the pinstriped raincoat.
Style wise, the Taking of Pelham One Two Three features a colorful cast of characters wearing outfits that range from conservative to the outlandish.
Violent car crashes, murder plots, infidelity, fashion and radicals: Jean-Luc Godard's Week-End.
Popularity, staged suicides, 80's fashion, and the American teenager.
Are monogamous relationships realistic in an increasingly self-center society? Agnes Varda questions fidelity and the idea of happiness in her fashionable and explosive 1965 film, Le Bonheur.
A missing person, Monica Vitti, high fashion, and the leisure class in Michelangelo Antonioni's L'Avventura.
Paris, Atlantic City, shoe slapping, gangsters, and vibrant colors: Jean-Luc Godard goes Stateside with Made in U.S.A.
Sexual liberation, natural beauty, Starter jackets, vintage Cazals, drop earrings, & Brooklyn: Spike Lee's She's Gotta Have It.