Fashion Films You Can’t Miss

October 22nd, 2009 - 

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No time for commercial breaks; Hollywood’s fascinated with fashion. Hop in your jammies and grab the popcorn; it’s time for a movie night! Tiza’s tossed together THE list of top fashion films you can’t live without…just like a good pair of heels.

Fig Leaves (1926) In this then-modern twist on Adam and Eve, a plumber lives happily with his housewife who secretly begins a modeling career.

The Women (1936) A scandalous black and white tale of Manhattan’s elite—way before the chicks of Sex and the City.

Funny Face (1957) Darling Audrey Hepburn plays an intellectual beatnik persuaded by a handsome fashion photographer (Fred Astaire) to accept a modeling contract only because it includes a trip to Paris.

Mahogany (1975) A young ghetto woman fights her way through fashion school—and the style sharks who want a bite of her before she makes it big.

Intern (2000) A comedy following an underpaid intern at a fashion magazine who rises from a lowly rank to editorial highness.

The Women (2008) A remake of the 1936 classic with a full-bodied cast including Meg Ryan, Eva Mendes, Jada Pinkett Smith and Carrie Fisher.

Fashion (2008) A Bollywood flick centered on the rags to riches story of an Indian girl with supermodel dreams.

Coco Before Chanel (2009) Audrey Tautou plays the determinedly avant-garde designer from humble beginnings to heights of a fashionably famous career.

The September Issue (2009) This documentary follows Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief ofVogue Magazine, as she and her savvy team of journalists create the infamous September 2007 issue that weighed nearly five pounds.

Chill out this weekend!

Heart hug!