Fashion movies you need to watch at least once in your life


Which fashion movies to watch at least once? Now is the perfect time to check out these fashion movie titles fashion that we’ve picked out for you below.

Movies have always opened a passage to some new worlds for their audience. From fantastic creatures surrounded by magic to distant and equally magical, but real places, films have made many worlds not only more magical, but also closer to those in front of the big screen. Just like film, fashion has always carried a blend of the magical and the real. In sumptuous creations and simple basic pieces, on city streets and catwalks, on the magazine covers and editorial pages, fashion crosses the boundaries of the necessary and practical and goes into the most diverse creative expressions.

The combination of two arts that we have always been surrounded by on a daily basis has created an interesting record of time. From romantic comedies that played with the idea of ??the glamorous fashion world to documentaries that opened the doors of the fashion world and showed its different side. Fashion films have created simultaneously interesting, entertaining and unexpected content that will be enjoyed by fashion lovers, as well as those looking for something new and fresh.


Within the four walls of her office, countless trends were created, some of the iconic fashion moments were created and every month the final version of the most prestigious and influential fashion magazine in the world was confirmed. The fashion documentary The September Issue takes us through the corridors of Vogue magazine and opens the doors to Anna Wintour’s office during the creation of the most anticipated fashion issue of the year, September Vogue.


This honest, open and insightful documentary about the life of Alexander McQueen will appeal even to non-fashionistas. Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui tell the moving story of how a working-class boy from East London became a visionary master of fashion. With footage of McQueen’s interviews, as well as clips from his friends and family, the film McQueen is an honest, stirring portrait of one of the industry’s true legends.

Coco before Chanel

This biographical drama deals with the early life of the famous French designer Coco Chanel, from the moment she entered into a relationship with English businessman Arthur Keppel to the moment she started designing hats. As Koko tried to keep her private life away from the public eye, this film tries to penetrate precisely into those lesser-known segments of her life and reveal what is unknown to most viewers. Bearing in mind that this film was nominated for a BAFTA award and an Oscar in the category of best costume, it is clear why it will completely knock you off your feet…

The Devil Wears Prada 

What The September Issue is to the world of fashion documentaries, The Devil Wears Prada is to the world of feature fashion films. Runway is a magazine that is irresistibly reminiscent of Vogue, Meryl Streep in the role of Miranda Priestly to Anna Wintour, and Andy Sachs brings a fresh view of the fashion world. From the ultimate fashion outsider, Andy turns into the right hand of the editor of the most prestigious fashion magazine. Successes mixed with disappointments and one of the best wardrobes on film make for a witty film with a touch of glamor and drama that is worth watching.

Factory Girl

She was the ultimate it girl of the sixties, the muse of Andy Warhol, the star of his films and the girl who charmed the social, fashion and art scene of New York. Edie Sedgwick lived her five minutes of fame fast, intensely and with style, and her fall was as transparent, public and dramatic as her success. Sienna Miller, a young actress at the beginning of her career, played the main role of the it girl in the sixties. After the movie Factory Girl, Sienna herself earned the status of an it girl, which she has maintained until today.

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