Wildfox’s Spring 2013 Lookbook Is Totally Inspired By ‘Clueless’

Mon, January 7, 2013 5:04pm EST by 1 Comment
Wildfox Clueless lookbook
Courtesy of Wildfox Couture, Courtesy of Paramount

As if! The brand was, like, totally inspired by the iconic film — and we are obsessing over Wildfox’s take on ‘Clueless’ that played out in their latest lookbook. Check out all the pics right here!

With models that bear an uncanny resemblance to Cher, Dionne and Tai to the wardrobe, location and accessories, (over-sized cellphones!), Wildfox Couture has us leaping for joy over their nostalgic take on the iconic 1995 flick, Clueless. Their Spring 2013 collection pays homage to the film, and director Amy Heckerling.

“We had so much fun designing, casting, styling and shooting this because it really is a tribute to my 12-year-old roots and first inspiration in fashion,” Kimberley Gordon, (Wildfox co-founder), says on the brand’s blog. Shot by Mark Hunter, (also known as the Cobrasnake), the shoot managed to depict all of our favorite scenes and incorporated all of our favorite phrases.

From the house that looks identical to the Horowitz mansion and the tennis court from gym class, if you take a quick glance it’s almost like your looking at stills from the movie! There’s over-the-knee socks, box-pleat mini skirts (with matching jackets!), oversized cellphones and, of course, Dionne’s larger-than-life hats.

I can proudly own up to my ’90s obsession, (and the fact that Cher Horowitz is one of my style icons), and it isn’t just because I used to pop my Clueless tape into the VHS player once a week, I swear. From her calculated outfit for her road toast to her slew of minis, Cher always put her best dressed foot forward.

I don’t know about you, but I’m already making a wish list based off the lookbook and can’t wait to see what else the brand has in store this spring!

Browse through for some highlights from the shoot and enjoy the nostalgic, (and fashionable), step into the ’90s — I know I am!

Katrina Mitzeliotis

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Posted at 5:42 PM on January 9, 2013  

love it!!

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