Since cinematography introduced color films to the public, a diverse palette of colors has acquired special value.
From the early years, each color has always been a different burden for the society… For example, if in the early centuries there was a superstition according to which green clothes could not be worn in the theater, today this color is a prerequisite for electrifying the beauty of actors. Black clothes were often associated with sophistication and elegance, while red was associated with attractiveness and sexuality.
Introducing the iconic in-screen red dresses worn by numerous legendary actresses ranging from Audrey Hepburn to Julia Roberts.
Anna Karenine(2012): Keira Knightley
Funny Face(1957): Audrey Hepburn