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Thursday, 11 December 2014 05:45

Movies that Every Fashionista Should Watch

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Fashion inspiration comes from a variety of places. Most of mine come from fashion news magazines, people watching, celebrities and news feeds. However, there are a few movies that either deal with fashion directly or have killer wardrobes that are incredible sources of inspiration. Actresses instantly become not just the star of the movie but they become fashion icons.

The Devil Wears Prada (2006)
Starting Meryl Streep, is about a college graduate that lands a job with one of the most respected fashion magazines. The movie is historically the most expensive in wardrobe because of the contribution of many high fashion houses.

 

Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

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Starring Audrey Hepburn, in this movie she plays a socialite who becomes interested in a young man that has recently moved to her apartment building. Costume design for the film was by Hubert de Givenchy.

The September Issue (2009)

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A documentary that follows the preparation of one of the biggest Vogue fall-fashion issues. The document focuses on Editor Ana Wintour as she visits fashion week shows and dismisses the latest creations of the biggest names in fashion. Some critics say the real “Devil Wears Prada” is documented in this film.

Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009)

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Isla Fisher plays a college grad who lands a job as a financial journalist but personally is in debt due to her shopping addiction.

I know your cable is probably filled with your typical holiday movies, which is great. I love holiday movies but how about we mix it up a bit this year and have a fashion movie marathon as we get ready to celebrate the most anticipated holiday each year?!

Happy holidays and Happy New Years to you all.
- XO

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Vanessa Campos


Vanessa Campos is a 23 year old living in Los Angeles and an inspiring entrepreneur. She is fascinated by the world of business and marketing in Fashion. When she’s not out with friends or family she is working as an assistant where she is gaining major entrepreneur skills. Vanessa is a current student at The Art Institute of California – Hollywood where she is enrolled in the Fashion Marketing and Management Bachelor’s program. Vanessa loves to share her ideas and fashion tips to anyone who is as interested as she is, so come along and enjoy her new journey !

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