Today in the latest instalment of the 12 Days of Christmas, it’s all about movies! One of my favourite parts of Christmas is getting to watch movies. The Christmas tree is lit up, the fire has the room all cosy – it’s literally something I look forward to so much. I find during the year I don’t take the time to sit back and relax with a movie, but at Christmas it’s essential! There are so many amazing fashion movies out there – both classic and modern. As always, just click the pictures to shop!
You can’t beat a good classic fashion movie. I know what you’re thinking, Clueless – as if?! But the movie is 20 years old next year, so I think that makes it a classic! Also, you literally can’t go wrong with Audrey Hepburn movies. All of them are excellent fashion movies but Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Funny Face are too of my favourites. Sit back with some macaroons, hot chocolate and enjoy!
Fashion documentaries are so much fun to watch. You learn so much and see so much of the fashion industry that you would have never seen before. The September Issue and Bill Cunningham New York are two of my favourites. To get to see the day to day lives of two of the famous faces of fashion is fascinating to me! Definitely check them out.
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Sometimes there are movies made that just beg to be quoted forever. The Devil Wears Prada is an essential movie for everyone who loves the fashion industry. Meryl Streep is her usual flawless self and Anne Hathaway literally lives out my life’s dream in the movie! Let’s not forget Zoolander possibly the craziest fashion film of all! Of course I can’t forget Sex and the City – it’s a must watch!
So there are some of my favourite fashion films. Of course there are many, many more but there is plenty here for everyone I believe. What are your favourite fashion films?
Cool movies! 🙂 I feel kind of lame but I really enjoyed Confessions of a Shopaholic 🙂 As well documentary about Tom Ford (You may find it on YouTube) and Coco before Chanel. 🙂
Don’t feel lame! That’s a funny movie! I havent seen the Tom Ford documentary, I must look it up – thanks for the tip! I have the Coco before Chanel dvd, such an amazing movie!