Crimes of Fashion

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Crimes of Fashion
Directed byStuart Gillard
Produced byKevin Lafferty
Written byDavid Mickel
StarringKaley Cuoco
Megan Fox
Dominic Chianese
Pat Kelly
Music byMichael Wandmacher
CinematographyManfred Guthe
Edited byRobin Russell
Distributed byABC Family
Release date
July 25, 2004
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Crimes of Fashion is a 2004 comedy television film that aired on July 25, 2004 on the ABC Family. It stars Kaley Cuoco and Megan Fox and was directed by Stuart Gillard.

Plot[edit]

Brooke, a plain but creative and hard-working student at the top fashion school in the nation, has come a long way from her tough childhood in foster care. Always dreaming of a career in fashion, she is thrilled to finally be on her way. But when the grandfather she never knew about passes away, her life is suddenly turned upside down. Not only has he left her his estate, he left her in charge of the family business; she's to be the boss of a mob that's trying to become legit. If that is not enough, the handsome new student she is falling for may be trying to bring her family down

Cast[edit]

  • Kaley Cuoco as Brooke Sarto
  • Megan Fox as Candace, a fashion designer rival of Brooke's
  • Chuck Shamata as Sal Hugo, an enemy mob boss, who is trying to take over the Sarto's territory
  • David Sparrow as Bruno, Sal Hugo's bodyguard
  • Pat Kelly as Jack Lawton, an FBI agent, who goes undercover
  • Dominic Chianese as George, the person who contacts Brooke and helps her become the new mob boss. He has a big secret.
  • Tim Rozon as Marcus, a good-looking guy that Brooke has a crush on in the earlier part of the film
  • James Kall as Bartender

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