See what I did there? OK, onto the list.
There’s this lil old man named Bill Cunningham who is surprisingly one of the most respected fashion photographers in NYC. He is maybe 200 years old, but still bikes through the cruel streets of NYC trying to catch the best street style.
This documentary is about how it doesn’t matter if you have wrinkles and arthritis, you can still be stylin’ af. It follows older fashion icons who have more style and sass than any of us betches will ever have. Also, *spoiler* someone dies.
After The Devil Wears Prada, it was pretty clear that Anna Wintour had to shed her Meryl Streep bitch attitude. She made The September Issue to make sure everyone knew she’s a laid back kinda betch (even though we all know that’s definitely not true). The movie gives us our first glimpse of the real MVP: ex-Creative Director of Vogue Grace Coddington.
This documentary explains the very beginning of the fashion-obsessed lower class New Yorkers. Influenced heavily by music, street style was born and contributed to a dope new culture.
The movie follows this very fabulous JAB who lives for chunky yellow bracelets and bargaining for kaftans from Morocco. It’s a must-see.
Let’s take a trip with gorgeous Carine Roitfeld, the former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris. We can’t get over her obsession with everything fashion and her magazine, CR Fashion Book.