Celebrate the almost weekend, by taking a trip down memory lane and be inspired by some of the best fashion movies of all time.
The Devil Wears Prada:
Meryle Streep’s Anna Wintour inspired character is all you need to remind you that classic style is ageless. The film, set in New York sees not so glamorous Anne Hathaway land a job at one of America’s top fashion magazines. This movie is full of stunning office-chic outfits with designers galore, as Hathaway is see navigating her way through the stylish world of fashion.
Sex and the City:
The ultimate style guide for any girl, think Carrie Bradshaw’s endless supply of designer high heels, with creative coats and colour ways. Sex and the City represents every girls style, from classic Charlotte, to sexy Samantha and structured Miranda. The film also shines light of the beautiful Vivienne Westwood wedding gown, worn by Carrie.
Coco Before Chanel:
This beautiful French film sees Audrey Tautou show off 1950’s fashion with a boyish undertone. Following the hard journey of the esteemed designer’s rise to fame, the film depicts the transition from an everyday seamstress to one of the most talented and revolutionary designers of all time. Think monochrome, classic stripes and statement head wear.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s:
Ever wondered where the LBD was born? This film is your answer. The beautiful and not-to-mention incredibly talented Audrey Hepburn plays Holly Golightly, showing to the world the timeless appeal of the LBD especially when teamed with a sophisticated string of pearls.
Introducing Edie Sedgewick. Andy Warhole’s ultimate inspiration. This film captures the life of the talented fashion icon, muse and model in the party-hard days of the 1960’s. Statement eyelashes, leotards, over-sized jewelled earrings were born in this era, wear Edie Sedgewick continued to challenge the stereotypical norms of female fashion.
Following the life of wealthy diva Cher ( played by Alicia Silverstone), who decides to change her karma by dedicating her time to helping others. The queen of the two piece skirt suit combination, Cher shows us 90’s fashion at it’s best with matchy-matchy outfits, chunky heels, strapless tops and long straight bangs.
The September Issue:
Ever wondered what goes on behind-the-scenes of Vogue magazine, well now you can find out. The film is a documentary that follows the fashion filled drama of the September 2007 issue of Vogue, and closely follows Editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and her production staff. Featuring a sneak peek at designers, models and the fashion queen herself, this movie is a must-have for anyone seeking to know what really happens in the crazy world of fashion.