10 Fashion Films YOU NEED to see

If you were a young girl in the 90’s and full bloom teenager in the 00’s then you will relate to this list. Even if you’re an older millennial (like me) you should be able to relate to some of this.

Go grab the popcorn and prepare yourself for a marathon of style and grace with this selection of the 10 best fashion films you need to see.

10 fashion films you need to see


An icon. this is movie is an icon it’s generation. It tells the story of a young journalist who has nothing to do with the fashion world but little by little she let’s go off the prejudice. The character played by Meryl Streep was based on the real life of Anna Wintour (or so they say) GIRD YOUR LOINS.

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 Zoolander - 5 fashion films you need to see


Blue steel! “There’s more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good-looking.” Zoolander motto’s gave a generation a satire of models and the fashion world which is both loco and amazingly treated as a cult film. The sequel was released back in 2015.

5 fashion films you need to see


On a more serious note and more recent, this movie follows the daily life of Anna Wintour as she prepares the most awaited issue in VOGUE history: the september issue. “Fashion is a religion. This is the bible.”

Coco Chanel is inimitable, but Audrey Tautou stars as a close second to none. This French film depicts the designer’s life before the famous fashion house, where she lived as a poor bar performer and milliner. A classic film for classic Coco—before the pearls, perfume and iconic place in history.


 Audrey Tautou as Coco Chanel. nee I say more? A great performance that takes you on a journey of the life of a woman which were soooo ahead of her time.

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fashion films you need to see

5. Bill Cunningham, New York

Bill Cunningham, an 80-year-old photographer and New York City fashion fixture which was the most important fashion people in history and beloved by all in the fashion industry.


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