Our Fall Winter 2015 Fashion issue is inspired entirely by the movies, and we kicked things off by revealing our favourite films of all time:

Romeo + Juliet (1996)

favourite films romeo and juliet

“The most stylish Hawaiian shirts, a killer soundtrack and Best. Party. Scene. Ever.” – Noelle Loh, fashion editor

Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003) & Volume 2 (2004)

favourite films kill bill

“One word sums up Quentin Tarantino’s two-part gore fest: badass.” – Imran Jalal, senior fashion writer

The Little Mermaid (1989)

favourite films the little mermaid

“The first – and still the best – romcom I’ve ever watched. Plus, who can resist the corny yet insanely catchy show tunes?” – Moh Shuying, associate beauty editor

Life Is Beautiful (1997)

favourite films life is beautiful

“Its heart-warming plot (Jewish father shields son from World War II atrocities by relating it to a game) is profoundly moving; its cinematography – stunning.” – Isabel Ong, fashion and beauty writer

An Education (2009)

favourite films an education

“A lovely coming-of-age tale with a lesson to remember: Beware of alluring strangers trying to sweep you off your feet.” – Leyna Poh, senior graphic designer

Garden State (2004)

favourite films garden state

“It’s goofy, serious and melancholic all at once, with a carefully curated soundtrack that captures all the emotional nuances.” – Samantha Eloise Ngui, graphic designer

I Am Sam (2001)

favourite films i am sam

“A poignant look at the harsh realities of family life that made me cry non-stop.” – Rebecca Cecilia Yip, graphic designer


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An adapted version first appeared in Female‘s September issue, out on newsstands now. 


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