In childhood, little girls dream of being the heroines of their favorite fairy tales, and when they grow up, many of them begin to reach for an equally magical and vibrant world of fashion. Refined outfits, vivid photo shoots, stylish fashion shows and slender models – it is impossible not to fall in love with such a beautiful picture. And though not everyone can be given fashion editors and designers, but this is not a disaster – after all, fashion is not just a juicy picture, but a painstaking and complex process, with its own nuances and twists and turns. But plunge into this beautiful, and, to be honest – in many ways ephemeral world, anyone can get acquainted with the life of famous designers, photographers and glossy publications. To do this, you can turn to the cinema, which is full of wonderful tapes about the fashion industry. The fashion editors 23-59, who are not indifferent to fashion, selected the most visual and fascinating ones!
Breakfast at Tiffany's, 1961
This film is worth watching thanks to the Givenchy dress alone on the heroine Audrey Hepburn, which became a real symbol of fashion of that time, and cinema, which is a sin to hide. The cult adaptation of the novel of the same name by Truman Capote captures immediately – with its plot, perfectly arranged frames and the charming heroine Hepburn – Holly. A sweet girl is in search of a rich husband and dreams of a luxurious life, but is this really the main thing for her? While the audience will find out the answer to this question, you can enjoy the style and sophistication of Holly Golightly, her wardrobe is a real encyclopedia of fashion.
"The Devil Wears Prada", 2006
Everyone saw this tape, even people very far from the world of fashion, but this does not mean at all that it should not be reviewed again and again, as we do. At one time, “The Devil Wears Prada” thundered so powerfully at the box office that it shocked even its creators themselves. We are not surprised – this film illustrates the inside of the fashion world so vividly, vividly, and excitingly. According to the plot, the provincial journalist Andrea comes to New York to realize her dream, and gets the position of assistant to the editor-in-chief of a cult glossy magazine (in creating the image of which the film team was clearly inspired by Anna Wintour). It soon turns out that working under the auspices of the first lady of fashion is not an easy task, and to be frank, it is almost impossible to meet her high requirements. The film is ideal for those who naively believe that the everyday life of a fashion editorial office is an ongoing celebration.