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How you can get stars’ on-screen fashions

More and more, actresses are making their own fashion statements in their movies. Judy Gordon tells how you can grab the same looks.
/ Source: TODAY

You don’t have to pore over red-carpet pictures anymore to get the latest in celebrity fashions — some of the hottest star styles are right at your local movie theater!

That’s right; some of Hollywood’s biggest names are setting trends on the screen. And there’s good news — many of the looks are affordable!

Want to get the advance scoop on all the film-fashion trends? (We call them Chicks & Flicks.)

Look no further — they’re right here in the latest edition of our weekly fashion-and-beauty update.

Miramax Films

Chunky sweaters in neutral colors are a must-have for fall. They’re also worn by Diane Lane in “Must Love Dogs.”

Dreamworks Pictures

This is a very chic look when done in layers of gray and black (both hot colors for fall). If you want to play up the feminine menswear twist, add a souped-up white shirt or blouse — a touch of ruffles, lace or sexy silk transforms the trend in an instant!

Dreamworks Pictures

The motorcycle look is edgy and gets even trendier with the addition of metallic accessories. Motorcycle jackets — “in” for fall — are versatile and can also be worn more casually with cords or jeans.

Universal Pictures

Black is back! Add more style with layers of necklaces — especially charm necklaces with a whimsical mix of beads. Or go for a silver padlock necklace like the one Kate wears in the film (from Tiffany, $175). Messenger bags also make a comeback and are especially hip when embellished.

Focus Features

Want the real deal? Susan Sarandon will be wearing an original Peretti open heart necklace in “Elizabethtown,” which comes out this October. Head over to Tiffany to pick out your favorite version — sterling silver necklaces start at $150, and there's also an 18-karat gold version studded with diamonds for $7,200!Judy Gordon is a New York-based style consultant and the “Today” show’s style editor. She has been covering the fashion and beauty beat for the past decade. To learn more about Gordon, you can visit her Web site, firstVIEW is the primary supplier of photos to Fashion Friday. Go to for the latest pictures from top fashion shows around the world, including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Milan, Brazil, New Zealand, South Korea and more.