Watching good fashion films is a great way to wind down and give yourself some time alone. Get cozy, grab your favorite snacks, and let yourself indulge while watching a marathon of the best fashion films ever made.

The Devil Wears Prada

No list can go without this iconic film that showcases powerful women in the fashion industry. With the generous Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt and Anne Hathaway, it is always a good time to re-watch this masterpiece. Meryl Streep gave an incredible act and gave life to the character of Miranda. With many funny and heartfelt moments, this film is an absolute must-watch for any fashion lover.

The September Issue

The September Issue is a documentary that will allow you to peek inside the life of Anna Wintour. As an editor of Vogue, Anna prepares for the September issue of 2007. If you ever wondered what her work process looks like, this is the perfect film for you. It showcases her ability to recognize what the readers want and her dedication to each page of the magazine issue.

Coco Before Chanel

This film explains the mind and the life of the famous Coco Chanel. It shows where she began and how life took her to achieve such greatness. The film tells her story in a way different from a conventional biography. It allows you to see how one young and an ambitious woman committed to her dreams achieved so much.

Sex and the City

Sex and the City was an iconic TV show that captured the fashion of the decade and set some trends itself. The film, although less popular, also showcases some exciting and fashion-forward looks. And it is a great way to remember what defined this decade in fashion.

Dior and I

Dior and I is a documentary that reveals what goes on inside one of the most magnificent fashion houses in the world. The movie shows challenges and the achievements of the house of Dior. The film shines the light on the beautiful and creative mind of Raf Simons but also familiarizes its viewers with numerous people who work in the atelier and give all they have to make sure the collection is perfect.