Movies and TV series that inspire FASHION! (Available on NETFLIX)
July 9, 2018
I hardly think I need to introduce you all to NETFLIX which has fast become a synonym for streaming shows and movies online. If for any reason you aren’t aware of the site, then just click on the link below and enter the world of HD Movies, Blockbuster TV series & Animations awaiting to be streamed at just click of a button. (But on subscription basis of course!)
This post offers you our recommendations on top movies and TV series that on a scale of 10 would rate 10 for all fashion enthusiasts. Watch them and get ready to be inspired!
Here we go :
THE CROWN – This show is an absolute delight for someone who loves to watch the Royals in their full glory! The Queen herself is claimed to enjoy the series. If you watch The Crown and think, “Wow, that looks expensive!”, it’s because it is. According to the BBC, the first two seasons cost $130 million or between $6.5 million and $13 million per episode.
THE FASHION FUND : Anna Wintour, the legendary editor of Vogue magazine, oversees a competition in which 10 designers get a chance to work alongside industry luminaries to prove they have what it takes to be named Fashion Fund Designer of the Year. It’s winners include names like Alexander Wang, Prabal Gurung et al.
IRIS – Director Albert Maysles focuses on a fashion legend, Iris Apfel who at 93 is still at the top of her game with an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, titled “Rara Avis: The Irreverent Iris Apfel,”. The exhibition was spearheaded by fashion scholar Harold Koda, who transforms her, into a global fashion icon with the status of ‘wondrous creature.’
MANOLO – The boy who made shoes for lizards! – The legendary shoe designer Manolo Blahnik speaks about his creative process.
SCHITTS CREEK – It’s a highly understated yet one of the best Canadian comedy shows with an outstanding cast. But above all it’s a masterclass for any fashion enthusiast. The wardrobe of Moira’s character played by Catherine O’Hara is such a delight to watch, the juxtaposition of designer clothes against the backdrop of the town is the irony of the tale.