Do you love fashion? Are you as committed to the cause as the fashionista next to you? If so, then I'm sure you've seen this six fashion-related movies: The True Cost, Dior and I, Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf, The September Issue, Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel, and Coco Before Chanel. Each will provide a fashionable lesson or two worth learning....
- The True Cost - a movie about the clothes you wear, the people that make them and the "true cost" this clothing has on fashion industry and would abroad
- Dior and I - learn a little about the original couturier, Christian Dior, and how Belgian Raf Simons' first haute couture season came together....beautifully in the face of a legend, an iconic brand and a powerhouse
- Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf - the name Bergdorf is synonymous with high-end luxury and curated fashion. This film explores its bombastic rise from a small women's tailor shop to the brand it is today
- The September Issue - the September issue is "the" issue in the fashion world and Vogue is the bible. This film goes behind the scenes of the September 2007 issue creation - the largest issue of a magazine ever created - and you also get some skinny on Anna Wintour
- Coco Before Chanel - Coco Chanel is a fashion icon and this film chronicles her life and ascent from an orphanage to becoming a seamstress to how Gabrielle Chanel became the woman every fashionista aspires to...
- Diane Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel - Diana Vreeland was a fashion legend and authority. This film travels from her childhood in Paris to Vogue - and in between, we learn so much about how to view fashion from a different lens
Grab some popcorn, wine (or Champagne to keep it bubbly), girlfriends and plan for a weekend shut-in dedicated to being stylish!
Needless to say, I"m working with The Graham Georgetown to plan my fashion shut-in!!