Having free time at home, you can start compiling various activities that you haven’t had time to do before. Trying new recipes, farming or watching your favorite movies is also fun. Yes, while you have time, there’s no harm in watching a movie as entertainment from your daily workload. Need a recommendation, you can watch films with a really exciting fashion touch!
Besides The Devil Wears Prada Movie, Sex and the City Movie or Breakfast at Tiffany’s as an iconic fashion film, there are several other fashion films that could be your choice to fill your free time while at home. Not only documentaries, there are musical films, dramas, and thrillers that Popbela has recommended for you to watch.
1. Funny Face (1957)
Played by Audrey Hepburn, tells the story of Jo who accidentally met a fashion photographer who offered himself to be a model for Quality magazine. This film is more exciting because it was made in a musical concept you know!
2. Almost Famous (2000)
The story in this film has a setting in 1973 which tells the story of a teenager named William Miller who dreams of becoming a rock journalist until he had the opportunity to get acquainted with the editor of the Rolling Stones magazine and was asked to write articles in his magazine. The exciting story is also supported by a really cool outfit. Suede jacket to flared jeans makes this film more interesting.
3. The September Issue (2009)
The September Issue is one of the iconic fashion films that tells the story of Vogue magazine’s most uproar process – and about the relationship between editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and creative director, Grace Coddington.
4. Coco Before Chanel (2009)
About the career of Gabrielle Chanel, a part-time tailor who dreams of making hats for French socialites. Now he is known as a designer Coco Chanel and one of the iconic figures in the fashion world.
5. A Simple Favour (2018)
The character Emily Nelson, played by Blake Lively, immediately grabbed the attention in the film adapted from the novel by Darcey Bell. Told as an employee in a fashion industry with crime drama and full of mystery.
6. Dior and I (2014)
A documentary film that tells the story of Raf Simons who was appointed to replace John Galliano who was dismissed because of anti-semitism. The 89-minute film is even more interesting when Raf Simons only has 8 weeks to work on the Christian Dior haute couture collection.
7. Yves Saint Laurent (2014)
This film is dedicated to Laurent who died at the age of 71 in 2008. It tells about the twists and turns of Laurent’s personal life and his career in the world of fashion.