If you proudly label yourself as a true-blue fashionista, we are sure your fashion knowledge must be updated with the latest trends and happenings in the fashion industry. But sometimes it becomes necessary to take a peek into the past and learn from the mistakes made by some of the great fashion legends like Dior and Valentino. And since most of the times, fashion always repeats itself every decade, it would be a learning experience to watch how these famous fashion pioneers paved their way up. So here’s a list of five documentaries that you should definitely add to your binge-watching list for the weekend, if you love everything FASHION.
Dior & I (2014)
Don’t we all wish to own atleast one couture creation from Dior? But ever imagined what goes into the making of all these haute-couture pieces? Well, this one shows you just that. With all the time pressure and the hard-work, the documentary is also a homage to the seamstresses who help the beautiful collections come to life.
After 50 years of founding his fashion house, Valentino Garavani, announced his retirement in 2007. The documentary explores his personal as well as professional life and pays tribute to the celebrated designer as he prepared for his final show.
Lagerfeld Confidential (2007)
Everyone would want to know this – a day in the life of Karl Lagerfeld. The head designer and creative head at Chanel as well as Fendi, the documentary gives you a peek into the life of the famously private designer. He opens up about his German upbringing and an insight into his classy lifestyle.
Alexa Chung: The Future Of Fashion (2015)
The Future Of Fashion is a mission to uncover the depth of the industry and give answers to all those questions that pop up about the industry. Alexa Chung, the editor at Vogue, gives you an insider views on the ins and outs of the fashion world.
The September Issue (2009)
The September Issue is the fashion world’s equivalent of January; its very own new year. This is because, this is the time summer ends in the US and most of the people are looking at a shift in their wardrobe styles. The documentary gives public a sighting of the inner workings of Vogue.
So now that you know what we are doing this weekend, tell us what you watched and whether you liked it? And don’t forget to share this with your fashion-forward buddy.