Bonnie and Clyde: Fashion

The 1967 movie, Bonnie and Clyde, had a tremendous influence on the fashion world.

As Bonnie Parker, the 1930s bank-robbing fashion plate, Faye Dunaway became a major star. And so did her clothes. Designed by Theodora Van Runkle, the “gun-moll” looks brought 1930s fashions back.

Women everywhere went braless in cable-knit sweaters, donned berets and long pleated skirts, which became a winning look in a rebellious time.