7 documentaries you should see about hautecouture
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We hope that this list of fashion documentaries will help you understand and value the industry, as well as entertain and document you.
The fashion documents nowadays arouse the interest of the whole world, the demand for this type of films, which are in the first moment. You just have to see how the documentary by Alexander McQueen has been brought to the big screen
.The September Issue (2009)
The center of the action of this documentary is Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of the well-known magazine Vogue magazine for more than 20 consecutive years. Apparently, Wintour has always been especially committed to allow access to the internal work of the magazine to anyone, until the production date of this recommended tape.
The September Issue 'shows us the process that the magazine goes through with its most important number, from its beginning to the final sale.
.In Vogue: the Editor’s Eye (2012)‘The September issue’ no es el único documental imprescindible de ‘Vogue’. En este video podrás ver el mundo de la moda a través de los ojos y las historias de las editoras icónicas de ‘Vogue’, entre ellas, Grace Coddington. Una cinta para darse cuenta de que, su trabajo, si bien pasa a menudo desapercibido, influye en nuestro concepto de la belleza femenina.
Albert Maysles portrays a fashion legend, Iris Apfel, who, at 93, continues to occupy the top, choosing dresses, advising models and negotiating with buyers. A legend in fashion, style and image portrayed in a fascinating biographical documentary. "It's not pretty and it never will be, but it does not matter, it has something much better than that, it has style"
House Of Z (2017)
A wonderful documentary about the designer Zac Posen and his relationship with haute couture that talks about the most complicated stage in the life of this man and about the difficulties that presents today being a haute couture designer and being able to live from it.
Alexander McQueen (2018)
Of the most recent fashion documentaries. It portrays the tormented life of the designer. McQueen said: "If you leave my parade without getting excited, I have not done my job well. I do not want it to be like a Sunday lunch. I want you to leave feeling rejection or euphoria, to be an emotion. " A golden emotion, as the American designer Tom Ford points out, who defined McQueen in a few words: "Lee is poetic and commercial at the same time. It is practical".
The cameras follow the fashion designer, Isaac Mizrahi, step by step as he prepares his fall show in New York. A documentary to capture the universe behind a fashion show, a good way to understand and value fashion from the perspective of a fashion star.
Signé Chanel (2005)
This documentary, divided into five parts, goes through the process of creating a Chanel Haute Couture collection, from the drawing until the design reaches the catwalk. The work of the atelier team is particularly studied.