“Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion” has it all: extended dream sequences, interpretive dance, a pair of pitch-perfect comedic performances from leads Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow — and really, really good clothes.
Created by Mona May — the costume designer behind another little fashion-famous film called “Clueless” — the 1997 cult classic’s wardrobe is marked by glossy fabrics, itty-bitty skirts and a “fun, frisky use of color,” to quote one key character.
Those same styles are all present and accounted for in May’s new collaboration with online vintage boutique Thrilling, which is full of one-of-a-kind pieces inspired by the looks from her movies and sourced from shops across the country.
Priced from $30 to $200, the collection includes shiny jumpsuits, animal prints and metallic matching sets the Tucson-bred, LA-based BFFs would totally wear while busting moves at the club (or, let’s face it, even to the gym).
Below, the costume designer looks back at some of the most memorable fashion moments from “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion.”
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