There is no shortage of inspired sartorial moments in horror. From The Birds to Carrie, A Clockwork Orange to An American Werewolf in London, villains and femme fatales alike abound, routinely festooned in the most iconic of costumes. There is Gregory Peck's restrained elegance in the 1976 classic The Omen; the Overlook Hotel's Gatsby-era partygoers in The Shining; Bette Davis and Joan Crawford's dilapidated glamour in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?; the entire library of 1960s Italian gore... With so many contenders to choose from, which fright films are topping our bill for most enviable sense of style? Keep scrolling to find out.
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