Elizabeth Banks Talks Her Influences When Voicing 'Hunger Games' Role Effie Trinket
“It’s based on my heroes, Rosalind Russell in Auntie Mame and Katharine Hepburn in The Philadelphia Story.”Though Liz had a part in dressing her character, she admitted that she's a little "late to the party" when it comes to high fashion.
"I mean, I have always appreciated fashion. But I’m a girl who loves a bargain. I’ll shop at Forever 21 and H&M.” Despite her down-to-Earth view of fashion, she does love some pricey brands as well. "I love Prada shoes. I cannot get enough of them,” she told Lucky magazine. “Or Valentino. I wore gold-studded Valentinos at the shoot today—they were amazing. I’m always impressed by the craftsmanship and beauty of shoes.”
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