Marie Antoinette has been one of my favourite movies since I was a kid. We follow the French Queen through her triumphs, disappointments and shopping adventures. Note: this movie will make you so hungry for French pastries and treats.
A movie that came out in December of 2016. The movie Jackie follows Jackie Kennedy during her husband's time in office and his death. We see her struggles, hardships and strength. Really worth watching if you want more information on the fashion icon herself.
Yves Saint Laurent
The famous designer Yves Sain Laurent has a few movies about him but this one is the most recent, released in 2014. Such a good movie with plenty of fashion and drama to satisfy any viewer.
Coco Before Chanel
Coco Chanel has quite a difficult journey into the spotlight and throughout her carrier. This movie conveys that perfectly. Played by the ever so chic Audrey Tautou, Coco leads the way for the androgynous style and sets the stage for women.
Sex and the City
When I mean Sex & the City, I mean the two movies and TV series because they are all such good sources of fashion inspiration. This is likely due to the fact that all four women have distinct and unique styles (not to mention a big budget for shopping) that are all spot on.
Devil Wears Prada
Not only is this a funny film, it is the movie of all fashion movies. Meryl Streep plays a character who was inspired by Anna Wintour and Anne Hathaway plays a girl who has just joined the Runway magazine (*cough* Vogue *cough*). Such a good soundtrack, such good actors, such good fashion.
Dior and I
Dior and I is similar to Devil Wears Prada in style and genre but instead, considers itself to be more of a documentary. We see inside the Christian Dior fashion house and the many stages of any collection. So interesting.
Confessions of a Shopaholic
The ultimate mix of fashion and romantic comedy. Isla Fisher does a wonderful job of playing a determined shopaholic who is trying to make her way through the world of financial business, despite knowing nothing about financial business (and not speaking Finnish). Great feel good movie!