I think its an understatement to say, that we really enjoyed Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s character Ramona Flowers in her new movie Scott Pilgrim vs The World. It was fantastic to see a film that not only used authentic Toronto locales but also had a hint of authentic Toronto street-style as well. We’ve picked out a few pieces from our racks that wouldn’t be out of place in the closets of either Scott or Ramona.
Check out all of the lovely ladies who we met at the Sex and The City 2 early screening two weeks ago. It was a fantastic evening full of fun and great dresses. It was so wonderful to see so many theatre goers wearing more than jeans and flip flops to a film. Our favorites included fantastic light summer little black dresses and a couple of vintage prints.
The film itself was a feast for the eyes and we loved the fantastic vintage pieces that were mixed with contributions from contempoary designers. We are huge Sex and the City fans here at Cabaret and can’t wait to find out if there will be a third installment to the movies as well.
If you haven’t heard about this movie yet, Get Him to the Greek is all about getting to the destination on time (with a touch of rockstar flair of course). We have 3 pairs of tickets to give away to the advanced screening of the film on Wednesday, June 2nd at AMC Young & Dundas 24 for 3 Cabaret lovers who can make it ke it to the store today and show us their Summer Rockstar Streetsyle.
Winners (and their fabulous style) will be featured on www.CabaretVintage.com and receive a pair of tickets to join us at the screening.
Hope to see you at the store today!
Congratulations to our contest winners who headed down to the AMC Yonge and Dundas last night to check out a sneak peek of the new movie Pirate Radio! Lots of vintage English Rock-n-roll styles to be seen and an entertaining movie to boot.
There has always been a place in my heart for Ms. Fanny Brice, the Zigfield Girl who made it big. The movie Funny Girl inspired by her life was the first great hit in 1968 starting Barbra Streisand. In addition to being an entertaining film to watch it has 40s inspired 60s fashions. Every scene showcases a drool-inducing new piece of vintage glamor. From hats and gloves, to the over the top Chorus Girl number outfits it is a time capsule and a great example of how clothes can make a movie.
If you are a lover of clothes, vintage or otherwise Funny Girl is a movie that you have to see (or see again).