Thought 'Stranger Things' was the only show shaping your style? Think again. Forget Netflix and chill- it's all about Netflix and (dress to) thrill.
Welcome to Netflix fashion. No, we’re not kidding. We’ve been transfixed by the 80s trends in the smash hit Stranger Things but that’s not all. From upcoming series The Crown to Baz Luhrmann’s new musical hit, these are the shows set to shape your everyday outfits from here on in…
1. The Show: The Get Down
The Stars: Newcomer Justice Smith and teen superstar Jaden Smith.
The Spec: Set in 70s New York, it’s the ‘mythic sage of how NY gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco – as told through the lives and music of the South Bronx teenagers who changed the city and the world…forever’.
The Look: 70s swagger. Don’t think this is all about the boys; the female characters have some cracking costumes – all high-waisted denim skirts, metallic disco dresses and, of course, flares.
2. The Show: Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life
The Stars: Er, Lorelai and Lorelai. Obviously. (Otherwise known as Alexis Bledel and Lauren Graham.) And don’t forget Melissa McCarthy.
The Spec: The residents of Stars Hollow return for the most highly anticipated comeback since, er, Britney. Out on 25th November (set your alarms) the four new episodes will be 90 minutes long and will each document a season in the year.
The Look: Knitwear. Lots of knitwear. Some of it novelty. Also: wrap dresses, ironic slogan tees, bandanas and floral silk kimonos (see: Emily Gilmore. Kween)
3. The Show: The Crown
The Stars: Claire Foy and Matt Smith.
The Spec: The most expensie Netflix drama ever made (the budget was a cool £100m) and the first ever to be produced in the UK, The Crown follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her wedding day in 1947 to the present day.
The Look: The Queen’s favourite of all the Netflix fashion. Off-duty regal. Think pleated skirts, prim blouses and pearl adornments (obvs). You could try the on-duty look, but it would require a lot of taffeta…