In order to be leading a pack of street urchins you need to dress the part. Miette, played by Judith Vittet, does this with a lot of courage and in an exceptional outfit. While you might not be able to get the same clothes that designer Jean Paul Gaultier made for The City of Lost Children you can replicate it with a sailor style pullover, red jumper, and curls
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June 14, 2013 by Janie
In The City of Lost Children, strong man One, played by a French speaking Ron Perlman, is in a desperate hunt to find his captured little brother. During his journey he runs into Miette who agrees to help him track down the youngster. Despite his gentle demeanor and cozy fisherman sweater, One’s strength of spirit, along with some impressive muscles, helps to rescue all of the captured children.June 5, 2013 by Tom
Abigail Breslin plays Olive Hoover, a little girl with dreams of becoming the next Little Miss Sunshine. With the other contestants being so heavily made up, spray tanned, and pageant trained, she seems out of her league. But when she gets on stage, Olive puts on a show to remember.
August 23, 2013 by Jaime
Sally Brown has a lot of things on her mind, like moving into her big brother’s room. Fashion isn’t at the top of her list of concerns, so she keeps it simple with polka dots only. Luckily for you this look can also be passed off as rockabilly. People will never suspect that you’re coping the style of a child, a cartoon one at that.July 17, 2013 by Tom
Jubilee, full name Jubilation Lee, is mutant who can shoot sparkles out of her hands. She’s discovered by the X-Men and becomes their youngest member after Wolverine takes her under his wing. Later on, she loses her mutant power and becomes a vampire, but let’s pretend that never happened.
October 16, 2013 by Tom
In Léon: The Professional, Natalie Portman debuts as Mathilda Lando, a street-smart girl who witnesses the murder of her dysfunctional family by corrupt DEA agents. She is taken in by a hitman named Léon who trains her to use guns, and in turn she teaches him to read. How sweet.April 23, 2013 by Tom
In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, one of Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket winners is Violet Beauregarde (AnnaSophia Robb), a boastful and highly competitive girl from Atlanta. She dresses in a blue tracksuit, blue sneakers, and before long, blue skin due to her gum chewing addiction.
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