Five streaming films that talk about the world of fashion

Taking advantage of the birthday of Anna Wintour, legendary director of Vogue, we want to offer you the streaming films that have brought the world of fashion to the cinema.

Inspired by the birthday of a contemporary fashion icon such as the Director of Vogue Anna Wintour – 73 years old today – we want to offer you some streaming movies set precisely in the world of pret-a-porter. Very different titles, which differ from the comedy to the drama to the thriller with veins horror. So here is the best of the always fascinating mix of cinema and fashion. Enjoy the reading.

Five streaming films set in the world of fashion

  • Zoolander
  • The devil wears Prada
  • The Neon Demon
  • Personal Shopper
  • The hidden thread

Zoolander (2000)

The light-hearted and irreverent parody of the vain world of fashion sees a Ben Stiller director and protagonist as the silliest of supermodels, who can’t turn left and is at the center of a criminal conspiracy. Zoolander it has moments of cult comedy and an exceptional supporting cast, among which an immense one stands out Will Ferrell. Legendary cameo of David Bowie. We enjoy it but in the end it ends there, for many it is the object of comic veneration. He actually has a couple of great moments… Available on Rakuten TV, KILOS, Google Play, Apple Itunes, TIMVision, Amazon Prime Video, Paramount +.

The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

The grim class of Meryl Streepthe freshness of Anne Hathaway, the comic genius of the then rising star Emily Blunt. The devil wears Prada stars a great trio of actresses accompanied by the always elegant and effective Stanley Tucci. Comedy that marks a milestone, combines entertainment and classy writing. Everything works fine, and Streep makes it to the Oscar nomination. Truly product designed and packaged with class and care. Available on Rakuten TV, CHILI, Google Play, Apple Itunes, Amazon Prime Video, Disney +.

The Neon Demon (2016)

Fascinating, radical, disturbing psychological thriller by Nicolas Winding Refn which features a hypnotic Elle Fanning. The Neon Demon comes after two great films like Drive And Only God Forgives and probably suffers too much from the comparison. Many imbalances but also a pasty, vibrant film form, full of scenes shot and edited in a personal and crazy way. With an ending that borders on horror of enormous impact. Definitely not for everyone, but it may have avid admirers. Available on CHILI, Amazon Prime Video.

Personal Shopper (2016)

An authorial filmmaker but also attentive to the rules of the genre which Olivier Assayas gives to Kristen Stewart a precise, gentle and extremely engaging role. The actress repays with a dry and magnetic proof, which peremptorily links a story of ghosts and fashion fascinations, of glamor and unconscious subtexts. Personal Shopper captures the attention of the most attentive public, ensnares it with a very interesting staging in its sobriety. It is not for nothing that the film won the deserved directorial award at Cannes. Interesting, curious and personal. Available on CHILI, Google Play, Apple Itunes, Amazon Prime Video.

The hidden thread (2017)

Paul Thomas Anderson he wants to tell a love story that is also possession: emotional, psychological, mental, social. To do this, he leans on a Daniel Day-Lewis majestic, which portrays a genius of fashion as an obsessive artist, passionate to the limit of brutality, if not beyond. The hidden thread also makes use of the important evidence of Lesley Manville And Vicky Krieps, discovered by this drama. The Oscar nominations for film, direction, lead actor, supporting actress arrive. The hidden thread is a geometric work, sumptuous and in some moments of devastating emotional impact. Not the best Anderson, but a great movie nonetheless. Available on Rakuten TV, CHILI, Google Play, Apple Itunes, TIMVision, Amazon Prime Video.

Five streaming films that talk about the world of fashion