10 must-see movies for Fashion Addicts

They show some of the most iconic styles!
July 30, 2016

Even the most infamous people in the fashion industry can become insanely renowned all over the world, thanks to the magic of Hollywood. The most recognizable fashion houses can also expose their most iconic costumes in movies like Yves Saint Laurent and Dior and I. This is a treat for all you fashion addicts out there: here are 10 movies that are basically made for you!


Dior and I (2014)

“Dior and I” invites you behind the scenes of the stressful environment of a fashion house. You can even notice the personality of Raf Simons and his dedicated team.


Yves Saint Laurent (2014)

This fascinating movie features original YSL clothes from the archives that the label itself lent to the production team! This should make your experience much more authentic and satisfying.


Confessions of a shopaholic (2009)

New York finance journalist Rebecca Bloomwood finds happiness in Prada, Gucci, and Macy’s. The shopaholic redhead became a fashion inspiration because of her very girly and refined fashion choices.


Coco before Chanel (2009)

Director and screen writer Anne Fontaine captures the progress of Coco Chanel into the world of high-end fashion. The movie re-created this fashion legend’s wardrobe that every girl dreams of having.


The September Issue (2009)

This movie is definitely a must-see for anyone interested in fashion magazines. “The September Issue” gives us a closer look at the reality of working in the major fashion magazines.


Sex and the city (2008)

We couldn’t keep track on the number of outfits that stole our hearts. Throughout the six seasons, Carrie Bradshaw made us fall in love with her fur coat, tutu, heels, and bold accessories.


The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

Who doesn’t remember the scene where Anne Hathaway walks on the streets with brutally gorgeous coats, or the unbelievable makeover scene where she goes from boring librarian to glamorous fashion diva? This is one of the most tasteful fashion-inspired movies.


Blow-Up (1966)

Michelangelo Antonioni’s masterpiece revolves around a fashion photographer who captures the most sophisticated angles of supermodel Verushka’s outfits.


Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” features the one and only Audrey Hepburn. This role was made for her, as she looks particularly splendid and classy in the different fabulous outfits throughout the movie.


Funny Face (1957)

Also featuring Audrey Hepburn, this musical comedy is pretty much THE high fashion movie of the late 50s. She plays a book clerk who becomes a famous model, and her wardrobe is to die for!