- Pret-à-Porter (aka Ready to Wear) 1994
- Sex and the City
- Head Over Heels
- The Devil Wears Prada
- Funny Face
Pret-à-Porter (aka Ready to Wear) 1994
This Robert Altman movie is a satire that showcases a biting depiction of the fashion industry in Paris. Based around the Paris Fashion Show, the movie revolves around a group of offbeat photographers, designers, magazine editors, and reporters, all caught in the fashion cycle. Featuring Julia Roberts and Tim Robbins in leading roles the film is said to have had one of the most memorable catwalks in cinematic history.
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Sex and the City
Now this is the fashion movie that no fashion girl can miss and not just for the fashion in the movie. Carrie Bradshaw and company with their sartorial brilliance make this one an absolute must watch for every fashion person. Revolving around the lives of three women and tracing their wardrobes through their journey of life, fashion in this film continues to be its highlight.
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Head Over Heels
Well if you are looking for some fashion leisure time then this film is you ideal shot at it. When a bunch of good looking models, Amanda (Monica Potter) and her roomies take down a bad guy, you know the film is a double treat. If the fashion in the movie isn’t enough the suspense will have you glued to your seat.
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The Devil Wears Prada
The business of fashion is no easy business! That devil who wears her Prada also lives in them through the day and works really hard to achieve those sartorial goals. Well this is the film that reveals what the job that takes you to Milan and Paris (and gets you the best of world fashion) can cost you! Starring Anne Hathaway as the assisting and Meryl Streep as Miranda Priestly the boss, this film explores the not so pretty side of fashion.
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This one is a fashion classic for the one standard reason that it features Audrey Hepburn in those clothes that are still ruling the fashion roost. While those dramatic gowns and Hepburn’s staple crop pants still continue to remain the most iconic sartorial and cinematic moments, there is more than just fashion in the film. An intellectual bookshop clerk, Hepburn has no interest in modeling or posing for pictures, until a photographer (Fred Astaire) decides she has the perfect look for a new campaign.
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