Wednesday 3 August 2016

Streaming #Fashion in #Style #WhatToWatch #W2WW @Netflix_CA

What to Watch Wednesday

Streaming Fashion in Style 

After lunch with my friend Dawn from Duelling Designs, a fellow Netflix enthusiasts, and our rather long discussion about fashion and design I decided this week's #W2WW theme would be fashion, style and fashion design. I found a number of fashion-themed movies, shows and documentaries currently available to stream on Netflix Canada. I stopped myself at these 14 but there are loads of movies and shows starring incredible style icons and inspirational style-makers and trend-setters for you to enjoy.
Comedy Gold!
Style Makers and Breakers:
Fashion-Themed Documentaries:
  • The Director: An Evolution in Three Acts (about Gucci's Creative Director - Frida Giannini. I loved this because Gucci has long been one of my favourite fashion brands. 
  • Dior and I (This shows the intensity behind designing a collection and preparing for a show.)
  • Saint Laurent (about Yves St. Laurent)
  • Jeremy Scott - The People's Designer (Creative Director for Moschino and Jeremy Scott)
  • IRIS (Fashion Icon)
  • Advanced Style: New York Seniors (still stylin' as seniors)
  • The True Costs (A look at the less glamorous side of high fashion)
Fashion-Themed Series:
  • Atelier (sub-titles - in Japanese)
  • Velvet (sub-titles - in Spanish)
So go on! Share with me.
What's your style? and Who are your favourite fashion icons? 

Yep, just me Cathy thinking out loud about style, fashion and beauty.

Note: I have not been compensated for this post, and my W2WW/What To Watch posts are merely something I like to share with my readers. All opinions are my own, and they are not related to Netflix or my involvement in the Netflix Streamteam. Happy Streaming!
Image courtesy of Pixabay.

1 comment :

  1. These are great! I remember when I first watched Zoolander! It was hilarious. Also the Fashion-Themed Documentaries are great but feels like they're same and I definitely will be interested in seeing Documentaries about wristbands, bracelets, handmade items and etc. Just to see the fashion from its other side! I highly suggest the documentaries you've pointed to anyone as well! They are great! What do you think?