Klaus Baudelaire (Louis Hynes) is one-third of the Baudelaire Orphans, the protagonists of the book series and its movie and TV show adaptations Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. When the Baudelaire parents are murdered in a mysterious fire, they are put under the care of the sinister Count Olaf, who is after their vast fortune. This causes a series of unfortunate events that leads the orphans on a neverending escape from Olaf’s clutches.
In this adventure game, Fran Bow is a young girl struggling with mental disorder and an unfair destiny at an oppressive mental asylum. All this after she witnesses the gruesome murder of her parents and is left alone with her cat and only friend, Mr. Midnight.
Little Orphan Annie first started as a comic strip then expanded to Broadway and the movie screen. Annie is a plucky orphan who’s known for her mop of red curly hair and catchphrases like “leapin’ lizards!”. Together with her dog Sandy, she eventually becomes part of “Daddy” Warbucks’ family.
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.
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.
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
Even if you can’t afford to take a trip to France, you can at least look like one of its most fashionable exports. Get into some mischief with a Peter Pan collared dress and a straw hat, and soon enough you’ll feel like you’re traipsing about Paris.