For some, the fashion industry may seem a task of rule of self-obsessed fashion Glitz around with Louboutins, just talking about your favorite brand name eyelash curler. Needless to say it is not like that in reality. Thanks to few of the silver screen movies that reveals the fashion community which has led people to give a depth to life behind lux world of fashion.
From films to documentaries inspired by real life, here are 20 outstanding examples of what happens behind the runway, as well as some comedy stops are simply too good to ignore.
1. The Devil Wears Prada : When Life throws a few not so fashionable curveballs to the main protagonist Andrea (Anne Hathaway) who has a job “most of girls would die for,” for the editor of the iconic magazine Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep), a role inspired byVogue editor Anna Wintour.
2. Coco Before Chanel (2009) : In Coco Before Chanel, Audrey Tautou plays the creator of the famous fashion house. This film depicts French designer beginnings as a poor bar performer and dressmaker to her later success – while wearing a classic pearl necklace.
3. Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel (2011) : Her years in the Harpe bazaar or Vogueto reinvigorating the Metropolitan Museum, a Costume Institute, Diana Vreeland is by far one of the greatest talents of the past century. The eye has to travel shows the life of an extraordinary woman, who through the best times of the 20th century, discovered the power of fashion as art and revolutionized an industry garment boring in a fashion franchise and invigorating differentials bright coverage.
4. Funny Face (1957) : Jo (Audrey Hepburn) falls in modeling by sheer luck in funny face. An employee of an intellectual library, which has no interest in the world of images presenting and until a photographer (Fred Astaire) decides he has the perfect look for a new campaign. She was sent to Paris for a photo shoot with stunningly beautiful dresses and romantic scenery.
5. Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s (2013) : Take a look behind the scenes look at the legendary shop in New York City, Bergdorf Goodman. Launching the work of designers like Bobbie Brown and Michael Kors to meet to A-list fans, his real appeal lux is on full display in this fashion documentary created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the store.
6. In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye : Dreaming to be a fashion editor or photographer? What the life of a fashion stylist really involves? Well, with Vogue: Editor’s Eye, Vogue fashion-the Bible describes just that, in a creative and insightful way. During this HBO movie, you will discover men and women, past and present, behind the glossy pages of the iconic and historical magazine.
7. The September Issue (2009) : The September issue takes viewers behind the scenes of making the fashion bible, American Vogue American and elusive, but smart business-magazine editor in chief, Anna Wintour. Shots of parades full of luxury and photo sessions designed to make eye candy that is also intriguing piece together the largest issue of the year.
8. Mademoiselle C (2013) : In Mademoiselle C, take a look front row seats to the editor and stylist Carine Roitfeld and go through their life practicing ballet at home, working days of the first line and high style glamor. All this while putting together his first adventure since the crown retired as editor in chief of Vogue Paris: the first issue of CR Fashion Book.
9. Bill Cunningham New York(2010) : Do you think street style photographers as a new trend? Take a close and personal look with Bill Cunningham, 80 years old, photographer and fashion accessory of New York City who has been documenting tirelessly what people are wearing for The New York Times from the 1970s.
10. Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston (2010) : Director Whitney Smith conducts candid interviews of fashion and Hollywood elite in search of the story behind the rise and fall of the iconic American fashion designer Roy Halston Frowick, One of the pillars of 1970 fashion, he ruled as king and emperor of the New York city nightlife. Interviews include Liza Minnelli, André Leon Talley, Diane Von Furstenberg, Anjelica Huston and many others.
11. Valentino: The Last Emperor :This 2008 documentary is a love letter classes a very tan, very Italian Valentino Garavani As his retirement approaches. But the famous designer is obviously not going to be silent, and the film is filled with material from his swansong: a show opulent couture track and celebrity party.
12. Head Over Heels : The advantages of living with four models: to help you do your hair and makeup. The disadvantage is that the boy (Freddie Prinze Jr.) who lives in the apartment opposite may have killed someone. When Amanda (Monica Potter) and her companions discover a diamond smuggling operation, using his good looks and fashion show to end a bad guy.
13. Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead : When her mother goes on vacation and nanny dies, Sue Ellen (Christina Applegate) should step up and take care of his brothers by bringing home some money. She puts together a false résumé and lies her way into a gig at a clothing manufacturer, but things unravel when it comes to achieving a parade right fashions in your own backyard.
14. Mannequin : Some men may have a thing for models, but Jonathan Switcher (Andrew McCarthy)’s obsession is much deeper: he is really in love with a mannequin he built, currently residing in a department store. When it comes to life as a woman -named Emmy (Kim Cattrall), both elaborate design windows and fall for each other. But their love is not easy; Emmy is in the eyes of a competitor and well, she’s a mannequin.
15. Zoolander : Ben Stiller plays Derek Zoolander, a model at the top of your game thanks to its signature “Blue Steel” look, until a fellow companion catwalker called Hansel (Owen Wilson) grabs all the attention. Zoolander joke pokes fun at the industry and its stereotypes, from not very bright male model Posse (“Orange Mocha Frappuccino!”) For demanding designers (Mugatu, played by Will Ferrell).
16. Yves Saint Laurent : French actor Gaspard Ulliel stars as the legendary designer Yves Saint Laurent in this biopic. Watch him as he rises to fame as Christina Dior chief designer, only to suffer an emotional crisis.
17. Dior and I :Go inside the prestigious world of the Dior brand with this 2014 documentary. This one is for the real fashion devotees.
18. Sex and the City :Like the TV series, the film 2008 is as much about fashion as it is sex and the city of New York. Carrie and company look more extravagant costumes that you loved, but were also perhaps a bit intimidated by.
19. Clueless : There’s nothing like Clueless to inspire the plaid skirt again. These teenage girls know more shopping sprees than most adults.
20. CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC :The broke shopaholic girl Rebecca Bloomwood (Isla Fisher) can’t afford enough of incredible clothes. But that doesn’t stop her. Sadly, she’s still a shopaholic and her addiction speaks for many a stylish girl who’s crazy about fashion! This is one of the most comedic fashion movies.