1993 was not a vintage year for fashion in films. The top grossing movies, Jurassic Park and Mrs. Doubtfire, gave us safari kit in shades of beige and frumpy cross-dressing. In a year when Galliano showed orient-inspired pirates in Paris, Hollywood costume appeared to offer little. Perhaps if the Tarantino-penned, Tony Scott-directed and star-studded True Romance hadn’t bombed at the box office, we’d remember that year-in-film a little differently.
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