8 Fashion Films To Watch Now
It’s tough when the evenings begin to get a whole lot darker, especially when the commute is no longer a breeze in the daylight hours. To lift your mood, embrace the cosy times ahead and plan your latest watch list from the comfort of your sofa. Here are eight fashion-focussed films and TV shows to get you stylishly started, currently available on Amazon Prime Video and Netflix UK…
THE COLLECTION | AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
A gripping family drama and entrepreneurial fable, set in a post-war Paris fashion house. It exposes the grit behind the glamour of a rising business, spearheaded by two clashing brothers. The atelier staff survived one war, but others loom; rivalries and romances pitting family against family, protégés against mentors, the past against the future.
ICONIC | AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
A visually-thrilling, roller-coaster narrative that captures the rise and influence of fashion's most memorable icons. Episodes focus on the likes of Grace Jones, Armani, Balenciaga and Marcello Mastroianni.
BEFORE THE SHOW | AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
France had Yves Saint Laurent, the UK had Alexander McQueen. Before The Show takes us behind the scenes of Polish designer, Tomasz Ossolinski, during his preparation for a spectacular fashion show.
IRIS | NETFLIX
Albert Maysles focuses on a fashion legend, who at 93 is still at the top of her game, choosing dresses, advising models and haggling with buyers.
SUPERMODEL | NETFLIX
A young Brooklynite takes the fashion world by storm when she becomes one of the industry's top models. But she soon finds the job isn't always rosy.
THE FIRST MONDAY IN MAY | NETFLIX
Follows the creation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's most attended fashion exhibition in history, "China: Through the Looking Glass", an exploration of Chinese-inspired Western fashion costumes by Costume Institute curator, Andrew Bolton.
PROJECT RUNWAY | NETFLIX
Aspiring fashion designers compete in challenges that test their ingenuity, reveal their personal aesthetics and determine who's in -- and who’s out.