You thought Bonnie and Clyde were the wildest road movie duo out there? Cue Sailor and Lula. Upping Bonnie Parker’s on the move looks to a Lynchian standard, Laura Dern rocks some of the most iconic looks from any of the director’s stylish filmography. Undoubtedly Nicolas Cage’s coolest role to date, he’s got Elvis lilts as on beat as his outfits. Probably the most memorable line of the film, and the most notorious piece of costume design, is the snakeskin jacket, which as Sailor says “represents a symbol of my individuality, and my belief in personal freedom”. With cameos from Isabella Rossellini in a bleach blonde wig to Sherilynn Fenn in classic 90s denim (with a blood smattered twist), it’s Lynch’s artistry at its most free, fun and overwhelmingly fashionable. This film’s styling, like the whole of David Lynch’s world, is wild at heart and weird on top. To celebrate Lynch’s 72nd birthday this weekend, we’ve put together a series of style lessons to learn from his 1990 masterpiece, Wild at Heart.