We all humans tend to have our own particular referent in live. It can be a public figure such a politician like Obama, or even a member of our family. However, most commonly, we all agree to take an actor or an actress as a model to imitate. Somehow, we feel that deep connection and enthusiasm for his or her character and then, we really look for what he/she says, does and wears, so we could copy them later.
In the past, figuring out what celebrities were wearing was a trend topic to talk about. Since they became icons of style, audience felt the need to get their looks. Magazines, in one hand, have already been providing us this information for a while. Nevertheless, it was more about actor’s day-to-day looks than looks from their TV/movie roles.
We are happy to announce you there is a website called Seek that lets you find -and shop (too)- the exact same garments and accessories from Top-Rated Shows and Blockbuster Movies. Specially focused on high luxury fashion pieces and designs, the platform has made his appearance in the market to approach looks we fell for from our favs movies and tv shows, so fashion and pop-culture combines. Tom Ford’s suit jacket from 007: No Time To Die can be a clear example.
It was first launched on latest October as a beta experience, brought to life by past Vogue Editor Sara Klausing. The main reason behind it was that, during pandemic, she found herself glued to the aesthetics and looks showed on shows like The Queen’s Gambit or The Bridgerton. More attached to internet than ever, she then developed the idea of connect both entertainment and fashion. She also noticed, despite common thoughts, men as well as women were always in search for cool dress codes from actors’ wardrove (worn onscreen). Her proposal was highly applauded and now is available for everybody interested.