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Character Study: Mean Girls Wear Pink

Scream Queens’s Emma Roberts and Co. are the most stylish schemers on TV this fall. Here’s how to steal their look

Character Study: Megan Draper from Mad Men

We’re already feeling nostalgic for the show—and inspired by its ‘70s style

Character Study: Jane the Virgin

A wardrobe choice that’s flirty but chaste—and totally appealing

Character Study: American Horror Story’s Three-Breasted Woman

A pair of Loubs ooze all the femininity (and none of the freakishness) of Angela Bassett’s Desiree Dupree

Character Study: Leslie Mann in This is 40

This is 40— and it looks pretty good

Character Study: Marcello Mastroianni in 8 1/2

This week's Character Study comes from director Paul Feig! We're honored to put together an ensemble for one of Esquire magazine's Best Dressed Men of 2012

Character Study: Peter Weller in The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai

Buckaroo Banzai was, arguably, the movie that marked the moment geeks became cool.

Character Study: Emmanuelle Seigner in Frantic

The plot of Roman Polanski’s late-80s thriller is about an American man (Harrison Ford) in Paris who is haunted by the disappearance of his wife. But the memory from the film that’s stuck with me for decades is the red dress and black leather jack worn by his French co-star Emmanuelle Seigner.

Character Study: Nicole Kidman in Hemingway & Gellhorn

As a movie, Hemingway & Gellhorn was hit and miss. As a fashion template, it was fantastic. Even as bombs were dropping and buildings were collapsing into rubble, Nicole Kidman managed to look like the most stylish war correspondent ever.

CHARACTER STUDY: Sherilyn Fenn in Twin Peaks

I'm not sure what sets it off, but every few years I get a hankering to watch Twin Peaks again.