Six fashion films to watch this autumn

As the weather gets colder and, whether we like it or not, we’re still staying inside more, what’s better than cosying up and watching a film? Let’s make it fashion

Here’s our pick of the best fashion-inspired films to add to your watch-list.

1. Coco Before Chanel (2009)

See the biography of the biggest fashion icon ever! As you can imagine, the styling in this film is perfection but you also learn all about the life of Coco and the birth of arguably the most luxurious brand to date.

Where to watch: YouTube

2. The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

Go behind the scenes of a fashion magazine – okay, so it’s not like this at every magazine (Faye can vouch for that) but this is still a fantastically fashionable film. We watch it over and over just for our Meryl Streep fix

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

3. The September Issue (2009)

If it’s an Anna Wintour fix you’re seeking, look no further than this film. Go behind the scenes of vogue and follow the Editor-in-Chief around several offices on Times Square.

Where to watch: YouTube

4. McQueen (2018)

Discover the life of the late British fashion designer Alexander McQueen and how he got to launching his own label – which is just as loved today.

Where to watch: YouTube

5. Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009)

Rebecca Bloomwood is addicted to shopping (aren’t we all) and accepts a job as a finance columnist to be pay a huge debt, but finds herself falling in love with a wealthy entrepreneur.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime

6. Zoolander (2001)

Just for a laugh, why not give this film a go? Derek, a model, loses hope when his rival wins a coveted title but a designer offers him a runway show and ends up convincing him to kill the prime minister of Malaysia – yes really.

Where to watch: Netflix

Faye Dixon

Lifestyle Journalist and Blogger from the North East.

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