Director Sofia Coppola‘s moody, ethereal films are marked by their lush visuals, dreamy scores and fresh young casts. While she’s perhaps best known for 2003’s Oscar-winning Lost In Translation, Coppola’s true fans know that the famous filmmaker is capable of capturing teenage melancholy like none other—a skill she showcased in flicks like The Virgin Suicides, Marie Antoinette and Somewhere.
Of course, Coppola’s films are frequently fashion-focused—The Bling Ring tells the true story of a gang of celeb-obsessed teen who steal from the closets of their favorite stars, while the aforementioned Marie Antoinette features one of the most memorable shopping montages in movie history. As such, in celebration of the director’s 43rd birthday today, we’ve taken a look back at Sofia Coppola’s five feature films and shopped out head-to-toe looks inspired by each. After all, who wouldn’t want to star in her very own Coppola movie?