STYLE. GROOMING. INSPIRATION. ADVICE.
Cult classic The Warriors, released 38 years ago today, is not just a gritty depiction of real-life 70s New York gang culture. In fact, it’s not that gritty or realistic at all. Among other arty indulgences, director Walter Hill clads his warring factions in easily-identifiable ‘colours’ – ranging from the highly coppable (the hip-hop-ready souvenir jackets of the Electric Eliminators) to the more, erm, fashion-forward (the Hi-Hats’ traditional French mime look). Here are five of the film’s key sartorial takeaways.