Great outfits in fashion history: Maggie Cheung’s Cheongsam in ‘In the Mood For Love’

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you desperately try to recreate at home. in’Great outfits in fashion history,’ Fashionista editors revisit their all-time favorite lewks.

Perhaps one of director Wong Kar-Wai’s best films is “In the Mood for Love”, a slow-burning, visually arresting romance released in 2000, but set in 1960s Hong Kong. Although it depicts a period long before I was born, there is something about the lush cinematography, exquisite wardrobe and swoon-worthy plot that makes me feel an inexplicable connection to the film.

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