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Top Five Fashion Films

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Top Five Fashion Films


Coco before Chanel


The film tells the story of fashion legend Coco Chanel, an orphan raised in an orphanage, followed by her work in nightclubs designed for singers' clothing, and as a singer. Her relationship with Officer Baron Palin, whom she enters into the velvet world of French society, is seen as an opportunity to develop her talent.

In this film, we learn about Chanel's mentality, thoughts, and beliefs in life. We live in the details of a creative rise to fashion, thanks to her dynamic character. Her work evolved from hat making, to stylish costumes. And the challenges they face, to express their vision of the contemporary image of women.

And abandon the traditional view of her style of dress, and the freedom to choose what she is described as a free, elegant and elegant female. It depicts her love affair with the English businessman Arthur Capella.


Written by: Annie Fontaine, Camille Fonte Director: Annie Fontaine Starring: Audrey Tautou, Alessandro Nivola, Benoit Pulfordi, Emmanuel Duveau, Marie Gillan, Caroline Pingo.


The Dressmaker


The 1950s is a time when the film takes place. Tilly Dunage returns to her Australian hometown 25 years after her departure. She returned in all her elegance and strength, having become an accomplished fashion designer.

She returned with her own head held high outside her village. She returned to the friendliness of the village women, changing and improving their appearance, as she worked as a seamstress.

He accused her of killing a 10-year-old boy, a schoolmate. At first, she remembers nothing, not even her mentally ill mother living in a difficult condition. Realizes everything that happened in the past in turn, and begins to uncover the facts.


Written by: Jocelyn Morehouse Director: Jocelyn Morehouse Starring: Kate Winslet, Judy Davis, Liam Hemsworth, Hugo Weaving, Sarah Snook, Keri Fox.


Yves Saint Laurent


The Rise and Fall of French International Designer Saint-Laurent, in an interesting biography film. It depicts key moments in his personal and professional life, as he assumed a key position in Dior's mark and succeeded there. He then settled down and established his own world fashion house.

Between love and creativity in the world of art and fashion, drug abuse, and mental and psychological decline. A tale of the struggle and collapse of a human being who has shone through life and suffered for everything he has experienced and experienced.


Written by: Marie-Pierre Hoster, Jalil Lispert Director: Jalil Lispert Starring: Pierre Nene, Charlotte Le Bon, Guillaume Gallien, Laura Smit, Karl Lagerfeld, Marie de Villepin.


ZOOLANDER


Its power comes from comedy and fun, and it is a major attraction, rather than a film about the fashion industry and the world of male models.

Derek ZOOLANDER
is a star in this world full of fashion and color, and his luster dims with the birth of a new fashion star named Hansel. Derek is brainwashed and involved in an assassination plot against a Malaysian official, due to his decision to ban child labor. His friends try to stop him from committing this crime. What would happen to him?


Written by: Dark Suther, Jon Hamburg, Ben Stiller Director: Ben Stiller Starring: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell, Kristen Taylor, Milla Jovovich, Justin Theroux.


The Neon Demon


The film follows a 16-year-old girl who moves from her small town of Los Angeles to be photographed by an amateur photographer. He understands her incredible angelic beauty.

And then this innocent girl goes into fashion, driving the top models off the scene with her beauty. And her kindness that captivates the eyes of all the innovators and professionals in the field.

Then she heads for the top, and on her journey to stardom, she encounters many temptations. They also try to exploit it, as well as rival jealousy. I wonder how her story ends.


A really fascinating combination of picture and sound. It's a shiny film where you can't keep your eyes off the screen if you risk losing some of the original, perfectly made shots.


Written by: Nicholas Winding Raven, Polly Stenholm, Mary Luce Director: Nicholas Winding Raven Starring: Elle Fanning, Keanu Reeves, Jenna Malone, Bella Heathcote, Abby Lee Kershaw. The element of beauty, elegance and fashion is generally one of the main lines of cinema, but in this article I dealt with films that focused on fashion.

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