These movies aren’t about famous designers, yet they have a lot to do with fashion. They are funny, moving, dramatic as well as raw. If you're into fashion, then you shouldn't miss the luxurious films Funny Face, Gia, The Intern, The Dressmaker and Blue Jasmine. What stories do they tell?
The 1960s film is inspired by the real life of Richard Avedon, a fashion photographer. Two legends excel in Funny Face - the beautiful Audrey Hepburn and the talented Fred Astaire, who turns Audrey into a successful Parisian model. You can’t miss out on this romance!
The biographical film Gia deals with the life of the rebel supermodel Gia Maria Carangi. She had a great start, but got dazzled by the lucrative jobs and money and eventually succumbed to drugs. The luxury film with Angelina Jolie in the leading role is one of the most successful dramas of film history.
Do you want to relax and have a good laugh? Watch “The Intern”, a comedy with Robert de Niro. A 70-year-old widower becomes an intern of a fashion web site, founded and operated by the talented Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway). This film won’t leave you bored for a single minute!
Having been charged with murder, she had to flee her hometown in Australia as a child. Years later, Tilly (Kate Winslet) returns to the crime scene in order to reveal the truth of what really happened in the past. What role does fashion play here? Tilly comes back to Australia from her travels armed with a sewing machine and haute couture knowledge!
She had everything - an idyllic marriage with a wealthy businessman Hal (Alec Baldwin), holiday homes and the latest luxury pieces of famous fashion designers in her closet. Suddenly, her carefree life fell apart. The dramatic story that earned Cate Blanchett an Oscar is a definite must-see.