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TOP Movies About Fashion to Watch Tonight

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You don’t have to scroll through Netflix if you’ve got a serious couch time planned. Why not save a few fashion movies to watch later? There are many films that will satisfy your every sartorial need. Here are some to check out, ranging from beautiful clothing to cutting-edge magazines and sublime designers to exquisite clothing.

  • The Devil wears Prada

The Devil Wears Prada is the best fashion movie ever. It’s got everything: the seemingly endless parades of stunning clothing (which, considering it was released 13 years back really holds up), drama and Meryl Streep’s incredible performance as Miranda Priestly, Runway magazine editor-in-chief. Enjoy a trip down memory lane.

  • The September Issue

The documentary follows Anna Wintour, the super editor-in-chief of US Vogue as she creates the massive September issue. This documentary is a must-see for fashion lovers. It features behind the scenes footage of everything, from runway shows to editorial shoots.

  • The First Monday of May

This stunning documentary is an eye-opener and reveals the details of organising the Met Gala’s annual fashion Oscars. You can expect many designer and celeb cameos. It also reveals the politics involved in putting on the whole event.

  • Dior and I

Although he is no longer the brand’s designer, this behind-the-scenes documentary about Raf Simons’ first ready to wear collection with Dior still has much to offer. It’s fascinating to see the meticulous design process of Raf Simons, and it will help you understand what goes into a runway show.

  • Franca: Chaos and Creation

Francesco Carrozini’s son directed Franca: Chaos and Creation. It chronicles Franca Sozzani, the Italian Vogue editor, and her innovative and provocative approach to creating such a prestigious magazine. Fun fact: Carrozini married Anna Wintour’s daughter Bee Shaffer. This is basically fashion editor royalty!

  • New York: Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham, a photographer, has been often credited with being the father of street style photography. This is a fascinating look at his career as a fashion photographer for The New York Times.

  • Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf

This documentary is a great one about Bergdorf Goodman, a luxury department store. You can expect appearances by Rachel Zoe, Diane von Furstenberg, and Vera Wang. Plus, a lot of truly aspirational fashion.

  • Crazy About Tiffany’s

This is the perfect video for those who love stunning jewellery. This film, which was created by the same filmmaker who made Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s. It focuses on the famous Tiffany & Co. The beauty that jewellery has brought to the world.

  • Valentino: The Last Emperor

Valentino Garavani, the iconic star, is one of the most respected designers in the world. His incredible creations are synonymous both with style and sophistication. This behind-the scenes look shows you the Valentino brand as well as the man himself.

  • Mademoiselle C

Carine Roitfeld, former editor of Paris Vogue, is a fashion icon and this documentary explores the launch her eponymous magazine CR Fashion Book. Roitfeld’s celebrity and designer friends make an appearance. There is plenty of star power.

  • Coco Before Chanel

This is a biopic about Coco Chanel, before she was a household name. This film tells the story of a woman, who was a seamstress and cabaret singer by day, and how she revolutionized women’s fashion when she founded the fashion house that bears her name.

  • Yves Saint Laurent

Are you ready for another biopic?This film examines the life and times of the legend Yves Saint Laurent, and his tenure as head of design at House of Dior. It shows how this saved the brand and made him one of the most iconic figures in fashion.

  • Sex and the City

Sex and the City: The Movie was just like the TV series. There are so many amazing outfits, including that Vivienne Westwood wedding gown and Charlotte’s enviable closets. Who doesn’t love the walk-in closet Big makes for Carrie? It’s fashion catnip and so much fun.

  • McQueen

Alexander McQueen, fashion visionary and designer, changed the face of fashion forever. His iconic runway shows, including this moment, are one of fashion’s most memorable moments. Other notable pieces like the Armadillo shoe or the skull print have cemented his place as a legend. This documentary gives you a unique insight into the creative process.

  • Lagerfeld Confidential

Chanel’s creative director tells his story in his own words about his journey to Paris as a teenager and his work. This film gives insight into Lagerfeld, who many argue Chanel won’t be the same without him at the helm.

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