Blow-Up is an undeniable hit with the boys, but its swinging sixties mod style gets a double thumbs up from me, too. Between snapping shots of gorgeous girls, a fashion photographer accidentally captures evidence of a murder on film. His studio is a study of London’s 1960s hipster revolution and, unsurprisingly, remains a favorite with the cool kids even today. — Amy Merrick
1. Wooden Tripod Lamp, $2250; 2. Vintage Nikon F3, $389; 3. Steven Alan Chambray Shirt, $99; 4. Safety Razor, $95; 5. Leather Camera Strap, $128; 6. Ilford Black and White Film, $5; 7. Vintage Swivel Back Chair, $1295; 8. ASOS Chelsea Boot, $80; 9. Alessi Cocktail Shaker, $116; 10. Baroque Bust, $21
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The movie’s photographer, played by David Hemmings, perfected arty interior minimalism: a single big sofa and some interesting lighting; a couple smoky glasses and a framed print; a big vaulted ceiling and not much else. For a girl whose every closet and shelf is crammed with clutter, a sleek studio filled with the likes of Jane Birkin and Vanessa Redgrave sounds a whole lot cooler.
1. Moto White Jeans, $60; 2. Caran D’ache White Ballpoint, $18; 3. Postalco Notebook, $19; 4. Kamaro Silver Lamp, $1055; 5. Salt Rock Candle Holder, $8; 6. Magnifier Glass, $4; 7. Simpatico Sofa, $3391; 8. Leather Camera Bag, $240; 9. Vintage Smoke Glass Pitcher Set, $75