From berets on the Dior catwalk to pencil skirts at Raf Simons Calvin Klein program, we have a look at the long lasting sartorial effect of Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde, 50 years considering that the movie was very first launched
W hen Bonnie Parker, or Bonnie of Bonnie and Clyde , put on a beret one early morning in 1933, she would have had little concept of the future style ramifications. Dead a year later on, she would have had little concept of much future at all. Partially thanks to the 1967 movie informing of her gangs 1930s exploits, Bonnie, as played by Faye Dunaway , is now both part of an American folklore a hard broad, a sign of disobedience and interruption and a card-carrying member of the style icon gang. The knitwear, headscarf and beret alone supply countless motivation for the present season. Here are 5 reasons 50 years on from the movie, 83 years from Parkers death her clothing matters now.