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12 Jan

The 90s Film Making The Case For Wearing Black At Weddings

Four Weddings and a Funeral, 1994(Film still)

We’re taking style cues from Kristin Scott Thomas’ character, the sarcastic and stylish Fiona, in Four Weddings and a Funeral

“Isn’t she beautiful?” gushes Scarlett, played by Charlotte Coleman, in Four Weddings and a Funeral, as bride number one of the four in the film’s title walks down the aisle. “Scarlett, you’re blind,” replies Kristin Scott Thomas’ Fiona. “She looks like a big meringue.” Such is Fiona’s cutting, wry humour; her lines in the 1994 film deftly convey her sharp indifference towards nuptials. Four Weddings and a Funeral is a bittersweet, charming and quintessentially British – save for the presence of Andie MacDowell in the role of Hugh Grant’s Texan love interest Carrie – film that follows Charles (Grant) and his friendship group as they...
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