7 Great Fashion Documentaries to Watch and Enjoy ...

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Fashion documentaries can be fascinating to watch.

If you’ve ever wondered about what goes on behind the scenes in the fashion industry, then you’ll love the access-all-areas pass that most fashion documentaries give us.3

And, luckily for us, we’ve seen plenty of documentaries released about the fashion industry over the past few years.

If you’re fashion obsessed, or even just slightly intrigued, then check out these great fashion documentaries.

1. The September Issue

The September Issue has to be one of the most popular and most hyped fashion documentaries to date.

This film gives us a behind the scenes look at Vogue magazine as they prepare for the September 2007 issue.

We’re given one-on-one time with the notoriously icy Anna Wintour, as well as being introduced to more colourful characters like Grace Coddington and André Leon Talley.

If you’ve ever wanted to know what goes into the making of a magazine, this is the documentary to watch.

2. Diana Vreeland: the Eye Has to Travel

Diana Vreeland was one of the more eccentric characters in the fashion industry.2

But she was also hands-down one of the most influential magazine editors.

This film takes a look at her extraordinary life and what she contributed to the fashion industry.

From her work at Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue through to her time at the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute, you’ll be amazed by what this woman achieved in her lifetime.

3. Bill Cunningham New York

If you’ve never heard of Bill Cunningham before, this documentary is a good place to start.2

It tells the story of the New York Times photographer and his important role in street style photography.

He is, without a doubt, the original street style photographer (and some would argue the best).

This documentary gives us a rare glimpse into the life of Bill Cunningham, as well as interviews with various fashion figures discussing what he brings to the industry.

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