Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's," which was named one of TCM's favorite fashion films. Photo: Paramount Pictures/Getty Images

From a slashed sweatshirt to a rebellious red jacket, these silver screen styles came to symbolize a generation, proving that clothes play a major role in making movies iconic.

So, it's no surprise that, just in time for New York Fashion Week, Turner Classic Movies (TCM) has named the network's 15 Favorite Fashion Trendsetting Films.

TCM experts were joined by designers Manolo Blahnik and Todd Oldham in selecting the movies, which include "Rebel Without a Cause" (1955), starring the epitome of cool, James Dean. "Even I had his red biker jacket," Blahnik says.

Oldham sang the praises of "Auntie Mame" (1958). "While not as influential at the time of its opening, it features one of the most fashionably daring wardrobes on screen, always worn perfectly by Rosalind Russell," he says. "Every fashion designer knows Auntie Mame."

TCM host Robert Osborne says fashion remains an integral part of the images of many stars. "The greatest leading men and leading ladies all had distinctive styles," he says. "Today, we remember not just the acting skills of someone like Cary Grant -- we also know him for his indelible fashion sense."

Here's the list, in chronological order. Start adding to your Netflix queue, stat.

TCM's 15 Favorite Fashion Trendsetting Films will be included in the network's ongoing selection of Dailies. This feature, which can be found here, provides a new ranking each day.