5 Must-Stream Fashion Films on Netflix

A night in with Netflix has never been more fashionable. Here are 5 fashion flicks for you to stream in style. 

The First Monday in May (2016)

The First Monday in May is an all-access pass to the 2015 Met Gala. Watch the worlds of high fashion and celebrity collide on fashion’s biggest night, as Vogue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art bring China: Through the Looking Glass to life. The film is certainly a star-lit affair, featuring Anna Wintour, Baz Luhrmann, Karl Lagerfeld, and Rihanna, to name a few. However, the Met’s costume curator Andrew Bolton stands out as a true star: pulling together the most-attended fashion exhibition in history, and proving that fashion is an art form.

Dior and I (2014)

This is an intimate look into the world of Christian Dior, following its newly-appointed Creative Director, Raf Simons, as he races to debut for Dior in just eight weeks. Get a behind-the-scenes look at Dior’s storied atelier, and see what it takes it to pull off a high-profile premiere.

Women He’s Undressed (2016)

He was the king of costume design. A three-time Oscar Award Winner, Orry-Kelly is given an overdue spotlight in Women He’s Undressed. Get to know the man responsible for dressing classic Hollywood’s most iconic figures, from Marilyn Monroe to Bette Davis.

Iris (2014)

Meet Iris Apfel, the 93-year-old style icon of New York. This documentary is a colourful display of a woman, unbounded by age, who proves that style is eternal. Prepare to be inspired by her creativity and free spirit. *Most appropriately watched through a pair of statement eyeglasses.

Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer (2015)

Jeremy Scott charts the evolution of Scott from farm boy to fashion designer, and his rise as an industry icon. This documentary provides a look into the launch of Scott’s premiere collection as Creative Director at Moschino. It also features a star-studded cast with appearances from Rihanna, Rita Ora, Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, CL, and A$AP Rocky.


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