Top 10 Fashion Films

Last night I watched Dreamgirls. I had seen it before but enjoyed it much more the second time around. I loved the music but also the costumes. It got me thinking about fashion in films and, more particularly, fashion films. So I decided to compile a top 10 of these. It was harder that I expected! (The first five came easily but the final five were a little more difficult.)

1. Coco Avant Chanel – so so obvious. And a MUST see.

2. The Devil Wears Prada. Again, no need to explain. I hope!

3. Sex and the City: The Movie. Carrie’s style is awe-inspiring.

4. The September Issue. Technically, a documentary but HAD to be included. I have the DVD but still haven’t watched it.

5. Confessions of a Shopaholic. My icon.

6. Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly made the LBD the icon that it is.

7. In Her Shoes. For any shoe-addict.

8. Zoolander. Tries to prove that models aren’t as stupid as their stereotype.

9. Factory Girl. Edie Sedgwick inspired hair cuts, smoky eyes, statement earrings, t-shirt dresses. The influences are endless!

10. Brüno. The misadventures of a gay Austrian fashion report. Need I say more?!

Do you agree? Tell me.

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3 Responses to Top 10 Fashion Films

  1. Harriet says:

    Excellent selection, I've still to see Shopaholic, but I read the books and adored them when I was younger so I might have to splash out for the DVD! I love looking at the fashion from films not set in the present day too – Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day is a top favourite of mine for 30s glamour.

  2. just watched The Devil Wears Prada and you just gave me some more movies to check out..

  3. laura emily says:

    I agree with all of these choices!!You really MUST watch the September Issue over Christmas- it is AMAZING! The star is Grace Coddington- and she's from Wales!

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