By Danielle Harvey
You love fall for many reasons–pumpkin spice latte’s, apple picking with friends, cool weather and the list goes on. However, now that we’re well into this season, you’re getting bored of the same old routine. There are plenty of activities to do while it’s still not freezing outside and you should definitely take advantage of those opportunities. But what are you going to do when the weather takes a turn for the worse? That’s where these five films that have influenced the fashion industry in some way come in. Now I’m sure most of you have already seen “Clueless,” but it never hurts to revisit your favorite ’90s girl Cher every once in a while. Below is the round-up of the best films to inspire you and hopefully break up that mundane routine. All of these films are available on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The ’90s are definitely making a comeback in the fashion world. To stay current with the trends, watch Cher and her friends navigate daily life all while being stylish in their plaid outfits and mini backpacks.
Street style has been taken to a new level in recent years. Every fashion week, you can browse magazine website galleries of the latest trends and crazy looks seen on the streets. In this film, renowned New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham showcases the fashionable people of New York, from elites such as Anna Wintour to everyone in between.
In this film, Andie Walsh takes us back to the ’80s and all of its fashion glory. From plaid, big hair and shoulder pads to grungy looks and linen suits—”Pretty in Pink” proves fashion is supposed to be about taking risks and having fun.
Who can forget that classic scene where Holly Golightly is standing in front of Tiffany’s in her little black dress, pearls and cat-eye sunglasses? She made every occasion a fashionable one in this film. Next time you reach for your favorite LBD, you can thank Holly for making classic silhouettes and well-tailored pieces always appropriate.
This documentary gives us a glimpse into the journey of former Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld as she starts her own magazine,CR Fashion Book, in New York. This film shows viewers her creative process and provides insight on all of the glamour and hard work happening behind the scenes in the fashion industry.