Iconic Fashion Films Throughout History
The infamous quote by the fashion designer, Coco Chanel “Fashions fade, style is eternal,” has left such an impact in the fashion industry, the world itself and has left people questioning themselves whether they obtain style or simply is naturally born to the person. When you think about it fashion have drastically changed throughout the years, the decades, and the millennium; some things we love, others we loathed and some left you desperately pining over-the-fact that you were unfortunately not born in that time period. Whatever the case may be fashion is of great importance to all women and is remembered by photographs, videos, paintings, and my all time favorite in cinema.
Movies are what have kept people happy, lively, scared, angry, sad, and every other emotion you could think of. Films transport you to another time, another world, more of a dream fantasy really! In no particular order here are the top 7 fashion films that have changed history!
1. Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Who can beat the darling, Holly Golightly? This 50’s classic film has changed how we view Tiffany and Co. and Little Black Dresses.
2. The Devil Wears Prada
We all have secretly dreamed of working in Vogue? Traveling to Paris? This movie was definitely a style transformation from Little Orphan Annie to Fresh Off The Runway Starlet.
No one does fashion like Cher! Her 90’s style made us adore fashion and shopping, even when she was only a high school student she made the hallway her runway!
4. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Indeed wise words to live by Hollywood Actress, Marilyn Monroe’s , “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend”. This movie is just a historic fashion masterpiece!
5. The Great Gatsby
The Roaring 20’s. Flapper Dresses. Dancing until you dropped. This era was vibrant, spunky and “women were reckless.” Who else wants to live in this decade?
6. Moulin Rouge!
Paris, France in the 1900’s! Fashions thrive, music is at it’s liveliest and love is not an option! You won’t want to miss it definitely has an allure that cannot be seen anywhere else!
7. Marie Antoinette
The Beauty Queen that might have started it all! Whether she did or did not say,”Let them eat cake!” She did in fact was obsessed with parties, the hottest fashions, and playing with her ladies.
Well There you have it, the top fashion films that have left such a great impact in history! Some you have seen others I know you are dying to see! Whether it’s a 90’s nostalgia like Clueless or a 50’s classic like Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Embody your inner fashionista and live fashion throughout the decades by indulging with these fashion favorites.