So, I finally got to see Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland tonight, and what made the most impact to me was the overall styling and the costumes.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but the costumes were, like in many of Tim Burton's films, designed by Colleen Atwood. All the costumes are very meticulously perceived, and mainly rendered by a very anglo/late-Victorian feel. At the same time, they stand as an obvious source of inspiration to designers and stylists everywhere. If one looks around, the "Alice" look is very prominent and popular in many magazine fashion editorials, and from what it seems, it will be until the end of the spring-summer season (or even longer).
Besides, this is not the first time Tim Burton stands as the igniting spark to the launch or the re-establishment of certain styling trends, see: Edward Scissorhands, Sweeney Todd etc.