Fashionably Entertaining: The Best Movies and TV Shows Based on Fashion
Fashion and entertainment go hand in hand, and nothing beats a good movie or TV show that features breathtaking fashion moments. From the glamorous red carpet looks to the everyday street style, fashion has been a topic that has been explored in various forms of media. In this fashionably entertaining blog post, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best movies and TV shows based on fashion, and why you should add them to your watchlist!
First on our list is the iconic TV show Sex and the City. This show was not only known for its witty comedy and relatable relationships, but it also showcased some of the most iconic fashion moments in TV history. From Carrie Bradshaw’s tutu to Samantha Jones’ bold statement pieces, this show had no shortage of fashion inspiration. And let’s not forget about the Manolos, darling!
Next up is the fashion documentary that took the world by storm, The September Issue. The documentary takes you behind the scenes of Vogue Magazine and gives you an inside look at how the biggest issue of the year, the September issue, comes together. Not only is it fascinating to see the inner workings of the fashion industry, but you get to witness the iconic editor-in-chief Anna Wintour in action.
If you’re in the mood for a classic movie with stunning costumes, look no further than Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Audrey Hepburn’s portrayal of Holly Golightly is nothing less than iconic, and her stylish wardrobe is just as memorable. From the infamous little black dress to the oversized sunglasses, Holly Golightly’s style is effortlessly chic and truly timeless. Fun fact this movie actually inspired dresses for prom for generations.
For a more recent addition to the list, check out the Netflix series Emily in Paris. It’s a guilty pleasure show with plenty of clichés and unrealistic storylines, but it’s hard to deny that the show has some seriously fashionable moments. From Emily’s mix of high-end designers and vintage pieces to her co-worker’s chic Parisian workwear, there’s plenty of fashion inspiration to be found with stunning scenes featuring gorgeous dresses for formal occasions.
Last but not least is the devilishly stylish movie, The Devil Wears Prada. Meryl Streep’s portrayal of ice queen Miranda Priestly is iconic, and her wardrobe is just as impressive. The movie showcases the cutthroat world of fashion journalism, and the cost it takes to climb the ranks. But what we’re really here for is the dresses; cocktail, work, evening, this movie does not disappoint in that regard.
Fashion and entertainment have been intertwined since the beginning of time, and the movies and shows listed above are just a few examples of how these two industries blend together so seamlessly. Not only are these movies and shows enjoyable to watch, but they provide plenty of fashion inspiration for you to take away. So grab some popcorn, your notepad, and start taking notes on some of the greatest fashion moments in media!