10.09.12 by Jeff

Classic Movie Outfits

Classic Movie Outfits
Photographer Candice Milon put together a collection of outfits from iconic films, how many can you identify?

Classic Movie Outfits

Classic Movie Outfits

Classic Movie Outfits

Classic Movie Outfits

Classic Movie Outfits

Classic Movie Outfits

Classic Movie Outfits
The answers are over herebut don’t ruin it for everybody else! Love to see if you guys can get them all without looking!


Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Marina

    #5 looks like Henry Sherman from Royal Tenenbaums (but that’s the wrong answer, not a spoiler!)

  • i thought we had more movie buffs around here!

  • adrian

    haha alright but only because i have work I should be doing.

    back to the future
    blues brothers
    clockwork orange
    pink panther?
    no idea
    err uh scorpio rising (theres no way)
    maybe forrest gump 

  • I get the point, and it’s great, but what’s with all the designer labels? The Blues Brothers were definitely not wearing Dolce & Gabbana shirts…

  • matt dickie

    #6. Mr. Dean rebel without a cause

  • rita

    three right at least! fun idea.

  • love those nikes from the last one.

  • Alex

    5 – Christian Bale, American Psycho
    7 – Marlon Brando, The Wild One

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