10 Fashion Films to Watch at Home

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Fashion is a passion for many people. It shows the ingenuity of the human race with different fabrics, silhouettes, and cuts. As fashion lovers, it may seem overwhelming to learn more about the fashion world. We decided to break down the 10 fashion films to watch at home. The best part is many of these documentaries are only an hour. Happy watching!

The September Issue (2009)

This fashion documentary explains the famous September issue of Vogue magazine. The September issue is the most important issue of the magazine for the year that showcases the latest fall-fashions and trends. It stars the Editor In Chief Anna Wintour for her preparations for the 2007 issue. It stars Anna Wintour, Grace Coddington, and André Leon Talley.

You can watch for free (with ads) on iTunes.

Battle at Versailles: The Competition that Shook the Fashion Industry (2016)

This fashion documentary breaks down the legendary fashion Battle at Versailles on November 28, 1973. The fashion show was held at Versailles for fundraising to restore the palace. It pitted French fashion designers vs American fashion designers.

You can watch it for free on Youtube.

The First Monday in May (2016)

This fashion documentary breaks down the famous Met Gala held by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. It is an annual fundraising gala held for its benefit. Each year has a special theme that celebrates the curated exhibition. Celebrities are matched with fashion designers to create something magical.

You can watch it on Hulu.

Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s (2013)

This fashion documentary breaks down the infamous New York department store. Many fashion designers coveted a spot in their store The documentary interviews designers, style icons, and celebrities on the power of Bergdorf’s.

You can watch it on Amazon Prime.

Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel (2011)

This fashion documentary breaks down the famous Diana Vreeland and her powerful influence in the 20th century. She has changed how the fashion industry influenced beauty and magazines forever.

You can watch it on Amazon Prime.

The True Cost (2015)

This fashion documentary turned the world on its head. It breaks down the power of clothing and it’s effects on the environment around us. It includes the eco-friendly luxury designer Stella McCartney.

You can watch it on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

The Gospel According to André (2017)

This fashion documentary highlights the famous André Leon Tally. One of the best fashion curators and historians of our time, it follows from his childhood to who he is today.

You can watch it on Hulu.

Dries (2017)

This fashion documentary follows the creative designer Dries Van Noten in his process and home life. For a whole year, the filmmaker, Reiner Holzemenr, shadows Dries. It shows he achieves four collections that include bold colors and embroidery.

You can watch on Amazon Prime Video.

McQueen and I (2011)

This fashion documentary profiles the late designer Alexander McQueen. He was known for his talent in creative designs and shows.

You can watch it on Youtube for free.

Dior and I (2015)

This fashion documentary showcases the beautiful designs of the Dior brand. It originally founded by the designer Christian Dior. It gives you a behind the scenes look of the fashion house in 2015 when Raf Simons was at the helm of the house and highlights his first haute couture collection.

You can watch on Amazon Prime and for free on Youtube (with ads).

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