Behind the seams…My 3 favorite fashion documentaries…[Fashion]

‘…it will make or break him so he’s got to buy the best…cuz he’s a dedicated follower of fashion’ – The Kinks

I love a good documentary, especially when I can live vicariously through its subjects! Below are a few of my favorite fashion documentaries that are a must watch for anyone interested in fashion.

ONE | Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s


Opulence. That for me is the perfect word to describe Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf’s. This documentary tells the history of New York’s iconic store and looks at the preparation that goes into making the famous Christmas window display.

I absolutely love this documentary and its something I will watch again and again.

TWO | The September Issue


The September issue of Vogue is renowned for being the most highly anticipated of the year. This documentary focuses at Vogue with an up close and personal look at Anna Wintour and Grace Coddington’s relationship working at the magazine.

This documentary is a must watch for anyone interested in the industry’s most respected publication.

THREE | Dior & I


A must see documentary looking at Raf Simons journey as artistic director of Dior. This intimate piece is a masterclass in behind the scenes and provides an honest look at the less glamorous parts of fashion.

Next on my list to see is Crazy About Tiffanys.


Tiffany’s is one of my favorite brands and I was lucky enough to receive my first Tiffany’s necklace 2 years ago. To me, the brand is the epitome of elegance and luxury. This documentary looks like it might be my next favorite movie!

What are your favorite fashion flicks?



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