Costume designers have gone above and beyond to bring us some of the coolest, craziest and downright creative clothes you can imagine - check out the best looks to spot on the big screen this year.
Witch chicSay hello to gothic Cate Blanchett. Her costume as powerful witch Florence Zimmerman in The House with a Clock in its Walls was created by Madonna’s longtime stylist Marlene Stewart - don’t go expecting pointy bras though; they’re out, and deep purples and lace accents are in.
Yas QueenThe costumes in Bohemian Rhapsody are Authentic-with-a-capital-A. The team worked with Queen’s official archivist Greg Brooks to get every detail right - down to the very socks. “‘What photos do you have of Roger's socks, Greg?' is the type of question that came at me,” he’s said. “And that wasn't even one of the strangest.”
Vintage gothAnyone who has ever been a teenage girl has tried to recreate Winona Ryder’s Beetlejuice look. All black everything, those spiky bangs: instant Halloween costume.
Fairytale coutureBreathtaking and dreamlike, the clothes in The Nutcracker and the Four Realms are something else. Think Marie-Antoinette crossed with a cupcake at a theme park gone wrong and you’re halfway there. Very AW18.
She may have a dragon tattoo but the other tatts Lisbeth Salander is sporting in The Girl in the Spider’s Web were chosen by Claire Foy to complement her pared-down, simple outfits. “I got to help decide what I was having and where they were,” Foy told Yahoo.
1920s Parisian styleThe beasts aren’t the only fantastic things in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – the clothes are pretty spectacular, too. Think Parisian chic with a sprinkle of Wizarding World magic; here are a selection of details to look out for:
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is out 16 November - find out more here
Fusion fashionHoop skirts and eastern style collide in the Lincoln Center Theatre’s stage production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musical The King and I, coming to the big screen this November. It’s a huge, opulent show, with burnished gold sets and ravishing costumes by Catherine Zuber, who won a Tony Award for her designs.
AquastyleHow do you rock a scaly green bodysuit? With a shock of red hair and a royal tiara, of course – case in point: Amber Heard as Mera in Aquaman, coming this December. Clashing is the new matching.
The ultimate style icon is coming back to the big screen this Christmas. Crack out your proper hat, sensible shoes and practical housecoats - Mary Poppins Returns and she’s still practically perfect in every way. Her new look was designed by Sandy Powell, known for her work on Gangs of New York, The Aviator and The Wolf of Wall Street – "I think I did have a nerdgasm when I put on the costume," Emily Blunt, the new Poppins, confessed to E! News.