Although we have recommended many classic fashion documentaries before,such as Dior and I and The First Monday in May.For those of you who love fashion, there's more to a good fashion documentary.If you're bored at home, let's see.Here are 7 fashion documentaries that are not only fun but also tasteful.
Dior and I
#.1 Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s
-by Matthew Miele
Fashion Documentary Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s is a documentary on the Manhattan department store with interviews from an array of fashion designers, style icons, and celebrities."I did not think of saying I want my ashes scattered at Macy's or Bloomingdales,Bergdorf's was the only one that work."
Bergdorf is more than just a department store. It is a terminal sales position across all fields of the fashion industry, a pilgrimage site for fashionistas and the ultimate goal of fashion designers. It is the special affection of every New Yorker.Every window is a work of art, a story, a dream.You can't miss the sales and buying touch.
#2.Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens
-by Barbara Leibovitz
If New Yorkers dress up for Bill, they can't say no to Annie Leibovitz.She has worked for Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and still regularly shoots Vogue covers.Her most famous work, however, is Yoko Ono's classic in which John Lennon holds Yoko Ono naked. It was shot five hours before Lennon was shot dead.
On the other hand, her war photography and photos taken for her loved ones are full of thinking, and that kind of insight beyond kitsch is fully reflected in Annie's feelings full of thinking and humanistic care.
#3.The True Cost
-by Andrew Morgan
Fashion Documentary describes a series of ecological chains behind the fashion industry and the practitioners of the fashion industry.
The documentary is more like a reflection on the fashion industry -- as fashion buyers, we tend to be driven by consumerism in the market, always in pursuit of new products, and in fact, as consumers, the dissatisfaction with the reality is actually from the old things in hand.
Perhaps this is the reason for the emergence of the subdivision of second-hand goods buyers and vintage buyers.
#4.About Face: The Supermodels Then and Now
-by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Perhaps no industry fears age as much as modelling.Getting old is the ultimate challenge most supermodels have to face.With documentary director and portrait photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Marie Claire interviewed more than a dozen supermodels from the '40s to' 70s to capture their real-life moments off the catwalk for the fashion documentary About Looks: The Past and Present of Supermodels.Facing the cameras, they recalled the "best of times" for models and opened up for the first time about drugs, sex, plastic surgery and aging.
#5.Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel
-by Lisa Immordino Vreeland
Fashion icon Diana Vreeland (1903-1989) was one of the most influential women of the 20th century.Full of exotic flavor and extraordinary vitality, she subverts the stereotype of beauty with her original vision, giving fashion a new look.The film features the legendary face of the fashion star, bringing her life to the big screen through rich media such as film, photography, animation, graphics, writing, sound and music, focusing on the extraordinary achievements of the legendary fashion editor and capturing her colorful life at close range.
-By Albert Maysles
This fashion documentary tells the story of Iris Apfel, a fashion stylist and collector of the generation who dresses up America and decorates herself all her life. She is still at the top of fashion when she is over 90 years old.What you want to do is where your talent lies.She said.
Sometimes we have to admit that fashion is too boring, too focused on "concept" and "avant-garde" to be cultural and interesting. Iris can be fashionable and cute.
#7.The September Issue
-By R.J. Cutler
The September issue seems to be a must-see fashion documentary:Fashion queen Anna Wintour, legendary editor of Vogue for 20 years, and her entourage of fashion editors prepared and created the September 2007 issue.
This fashion ducumantary took three years of planning, and it was filmed for eight months at the headquarters of VOGUE Group in Times Square in New York. More than 300 hours of video materials were accumulated. It recorded the most important September issue of VOGUE in the history, from planning to printing.
'Always keep your eyes open cuz you will miss STH inspire you,' says Grace Coddington, who is in her 70s, as she sits in her car and looks out the window.After Anna rejected her proposal, she said, 'Maybe I'm out of step with The Times, but Grace really understands that fashion is an attitude to life.' She's a real 'fashion spirit' person.