A Guide to the Best 'Hunger Games' Fashion
By ANTOINETTE BUENO
March 08, 2012
With The Hunger Games' big premiere fast approaching, let's take a look at the already amazing fashion the film has bestowed upon us. From a Hunger Games nail polish collection to the Capitol's over-the-top couture, here are the best fashion finds from the film so far!
The shoes -- When Capitol Couture, Lionsgate's tumblr focused solely on Hunger Games fashion, made its debut in January, it gave fans a fabulous peek into the film's stunning shoes. Among them? Effie Trinket's spectacularly gaudy pair of Alexander McQueen gold "Faithful" peep-toe booties pictured above. The site also gave us close-ups of a "coal" black pair of grosgrain peep-toes (alluding to District 12's specialization in coal mining), a futuristic-like periwinkle peep-toe worn by a "City Circle" waitress, and hot-pink open-toed gladiator heels on a Capitol citizen inside President Snow's mansion. If this is just a peek into the rest of the film's shoes, fans can only imagine what crazy stilettos will adorn the feet of Effie and her Capitol company!
China Glaze Hunger Games nail polish -- Lionsgate's collaboration with China Glaze resulted in an awesome nail polish collection -- "Capitol Colours" -- inspired by the nation of Panem. Check out the dazzling swatches here.
Rodarte -- With Rodarte's celebrity following including the super-stylish Fanning sisters and Natalie Portman, what's not to like about their tie-up with The Hunger Games? Capitol Couture released a picture of a hat which looks to be made from the high-fashion line's signature knit wool, and if Rodarte's gorgeous goth tutus they made for Black Swan are any indication, more intricate, show-stopping accessories are surely in store!
Cinna's gold eyeliner -- Here's a surprise product fans can pick up now. Katniss Everdeen' stylist Cinna is known for his eye-catching gold eyeliner, and Ve Niell, the makeup department head for the film, revealed the exact product used to get the signature look to HollywoodLife.com. She used MAKE UP FOR EVER Metal Powder in #1 Sunflower Gold, a festive color not for the color conservative!