1. Dior and I
This film takes a look at then-creative director Raf Simons’ design debut for the French couture house. Watch out for cameos from Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard, plus dreamy ball gowns and drama-filled scenes that seem to be the norm when you have just eight weeks to finish a collection.
2. Bill Cunningham New York
Long before street style photography and Humans of New York were even a thing, Bill Cunningham has been snapping well-dressed people for The New York Times. The 87-year-old, who’s never without his bright blue jacket, is as much an icon as the celebs he photographs.
3. The Future of Fashion
British It girl and style icon Alexa Chung takes us through the doors of British Vogue to show the day-to-day proceedings that happen in one of the biggest fashion glossies in the world. A must-watch if you’ve ever toyed with the idea of working in the industry.
4. Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf’s
If you were a die-hard fan of Gossip Girl like we were, you’d be all too familiar with Bergdorf Goodman. The department store caters to an exclusive clientele (including one Blair Waldorf) and hosts every big designer brand you can think of. Watch and prepare to drool.
5. Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel
Before Anna Wintour, there was Diana Vreeland. This iconic figure left a mark at both Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, where she came to be known for her distinct sense of style, her witty sayings, and her unparalleled vision. Find inspiration in every frame of this film.
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