Various locations Across Seattle
Sun Feb 17, 1 pm, 5 pm & Wed Feb 20, 3 pm, 7 pm
Recommended by Chase Burns
The real reason you should rush to watch this film in a glorious, comfy theater isn't Audrey Hepburn—nothing against Hepburn. It’s Cecil Beaton’s visionary and subversive costume design. Set in early-20th-century London, the film is often viewed as a period piece, but what Beaton did so perfectly was fuse wild 1960s styles (the film was made in 1964) with the fashion of the film's time and place. His final, magnificent garments tightrope-walked the chasm between the contemporary and the classic. Go see these legendary frilly things on the big screen.