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Film to Fashion Episode 2 – 10 Things I Hate About You

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In Film to Fashion, popular fashion YouTuber Katie Orlowski chats to some of Hollywood’s most iconic costume designers, sharing their secrets how to channel instantly recognisable styles from smash hit films and TV shows like Stranger Things, The Breakfast Club, and Clueless.


Film to Fashion is a web series that gives you the secrets of Hollywood’s top costume designers to create budget-friendly and on-trend outfits that channel their most iconic styles. Presented by prominent fashion YouTuber Katie Orlowski of the popular series Steal the Spotlight (200 000 subscribers), the series releases weekly from October 3.

You can see the first episode and the complete story about how this series came to be here

In the series, Katie merges her love of all things fashion and pop culture as she explores the styles from a number of cult classic films and TV shows. Katie consults master designers like The Breakfast Club icon Marilyn Vance on the original looks, before using her knowledge of current trends and knack for thrifting to present character inspired outfits in a stylised lookbook. Bringing her vision to life in a stylised fashion show, these lookbooks are a bible for cosplayers and street-style lovers alike, showing how you can tailor these looks to your own sense of style and life.

“Clothing really allows you to transform into whoever you feel like embodying that day.” 

10 Things I Hate About You

Residing in the teen movie hall of fame, 10 Things I Hate About You presented a hilarious and authentic view of high school hierarchies, and introduced international audiences to Heath Ledger. While some ‘90s teen films like Clueless captivated teen audiences’ aspirational high fashion dreams, 10 Things instead explored the other end of the fashion spectrum by featuring characters that identified with punk, ska and grunge styles of the decade. For this reason, and because the film retains a devoted fan base to this day, 10 Things was a perfect choice to feature in Film To Fashion. In this episode, Katie talks to Kimberly Tillman, and takes her tips and insights to thrift a look-book of ‘90s-inspired outfits in the tradition of teen movie high school ragers.

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See the next episodes to watch out for on our Episode 1 post here

About Manifold Media

Manifold Media is a Brisbane based video production company created by emerging screenwriter and producer Adam Fowler. After completing a Master of Screenwriting at VCA and an emerging producer residency at award winning production company Hoodlum, Adam continued developing and producing digital media content, recently working in narrative virtual reality and online video marketing campaigns. Film To Fashion is the first screen project produced under the banner of Manifold Media and demonstrates an eagerness to tell interesting and engaging stories across any platform and within any genre.

Screen Queensland: Queensland Originals with YouTube

In 2016, Screen Queensland’s YouTube initiative brought together screen practitioners with leading YouTube creators to develop and produce new content. This initiative is in line with Screen Queensland’s purpose to grow the screen industry and to be a significant contributor to the state’s economic and cultural wellbeing.

Katie Orlowski (Steal the Spotlight) and Manifold Media, in association with Light + Shade, were selected in the inaugural round of this initiative.

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