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The Top 10 Fashion Films and Documentaries You Must Watch Online


Do you love the fashion world? In today’s modern world of film, there’s plenty of opportunity to learn more about your favorite people within the fashion industry by watching documentaries and films! Here are some of our favorite fashion films and documentaries to watch online…keep reading to find out which ones they are and visit an online pharmacy!


#1 – Cinema Paradiso

This 1989 Italian film directed by Giuseppe Tornatore is an ode to cinema, with a particular focus on movies about love. As one of only three films to win both a Palme d’Or and an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, it tops our list. The story of a young boy who becomes fascinated with watching films made in his local theater was shot at Cinecittà Studios in Rome, but filmed in Sicily.


#2 – Go Further

If you like fashion, chances are you’ve heard of Vogue – it’s one of the most respected fashion magazines in print today. To me, it stands out not because of its paper-thin models and vast selection of runway looks (though there’s a lot to be said for that). No, what I love about Vogue is its ability to make complex issues approachable—to give readers a window into topics they might never have understood otherwise.


#3 – Unzipped

The Trials of Pamela Anderson by Canadian filmmaker Laurie Lynd. Unzipped was released in 1998 and explores one of America’s favorite sex symbols, Pamela Anderson, during her early years as a cocktail waitress to glamour model. The documentary also includes interviews with celebrities such as Marilyn Manson, Tommy Lee, Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell and Pulp Fiction director Quentin Tarantino.


#4 – Valentino: The Last Emperor

In his own words, Valentino Garavani talks about his rise to fashion fame in a series of interviews spanning 30 years. A fascinating insight into one of fashion’s most enduring icons.


#5 – Love Is the Devil

Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon (1998) This film is an unconventional biography of Francis Bacon, chronicling his life through interviews with contemporaries and recollections from lovers, friends, and family. While it includes much about his work, its focus is really on his life as an artist. The director has said that he never even knew who Francis Bacon was until he was in college – but once he discovered him, felt that nobody told his story as well as he could have.


#6 – Bottega Veneta, una storia d’amore e di fantasia

A documentary about Bottega Veneta’s renaissance. The company’s former CEO has been replaced by a famous fashion designer, Tomas Maier, who has already proven his success with Ermenegildo Zegna. We should expect great things from Mr. Maier. (27 minutes)

#7 – Valentino: The Last Emperor (Full) – A film by Matt Tyrnauer

Valentino is one of fashion’s true originals, a designer whose vision and talent have moved women around the world for more than half a century. Just as his clothes swept women off their feet, Valentino himself has been one of fashion’s most sought-after pinups for decades. But behind that megawatt smile lies a story of fame, passion, lust, heartbreak—and murder.

#8 – How Do I Look? (2015)

In Spike Jonze’s Oscar-nominated short film, two robots explore how they look and feel when compared to human beings. The film is a poignant commentary on what it means to be alive. Produced in 3D, How Do I Look? was shot entirely with stop-motion animation.



This documentary follows several models in New York, Los Angeles, and London who are trying to make it big. For aspiring models and fashion lovers alike, A Model Life offers insights into how difficult it is to break into the world of high fashion. The film has received positive reviews from numerous publications including The Huffington Post, NPR and Marie Claire.



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