You know what's great about Thanksgiving? Other than hanging out with your family and loved ones, the turkey, pumpkin pie, the National Dog Show (we always watch since no one in my house watches football). The best part about Thanksgiving weekend is chilling out. For some of us that means a good TV binge. One Thanksgiving weekend, visiting my grandmother in Bullhead City, Arizona (where there is absolutely NOTHING to do) I watched the whole Godfather Trilogy. It took forever.
Now, since we have on demand, and streaming, we can watch whatever we like, since you're probably into fashion (wink) I bet you have a great queue of fashion films on Netflix. There have been some great films released recently as well as some classics. Here's what you can watch this weekend:
Documentary & Reality TV:
- Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel: Born in Paris in 1903, Mrs. Vreeland grew to become the editor of Vogue and fashion icon.
- Scatter My Ashes at Bergorf”s: See what happens behind the scenes at New York's most legendary store.
- Ultrasuede: In Search of Halson: Portrait of Halson, the iconic designer of 70's fashion.
- Unzipped: Watch Issac Mizrahi pull together his 1994 collection for fashion week.
- All on The Line With Joe Zee : Watch Joe Zee mentor struggling fashion designers transform their collections.
- What NOT to Wear: Style experts make over the frumpily dressed.
- Bill Cunningham New York: A moving documentary about the original “street style” photographer.
- Game Changers: Anna Wintour: Find out how Anna Wintour changed the game of fashion.
- The Tents: See the evolution of New York's iconic event.
- Kell On Earth: Take a look at the world of fashion PR…eek!
- L'Amour Fou: This documentary tells the story of the love affair, business partnership and friendship between Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé.
- Heathers: Before Mean Girls, there was Heathers.
- Zoolander: Hilarious spoof on the world of male modeling.
- Brüno: Sacha Baron Cohen is at it again, this time as a gay reporter.
- Clerks: See a day in the life of a convenience store in this iconic 90's film.tghe
- The House of Yes: Parker Posey plays a unstable young woman who thinks she's Jackie-O
- Clueless: Beverly Hills fashionista gives awkward new girl a makeover.
- Pulp Fiction: A hitman, his partner and a washed up boxer lives intertwine in the underbelly of Los Angeles.
- Roman Holiday: Princess Ann pretends to be a regular girl on holiday.
- Valley of the Dolls: Three starlets start popping pills.
- Woman is a Woman: Desperate to have a baby, a woman's boyfriend suggests his friend seals the deal.
- Quadrophenia: Jimmy hangs out with the Mods.
- Days of Being Wild: This guy has classic mommy problems.
- Tiny Furniture: Lena Dunham's film depicting a 20 something and a bit of a failure.
- Muriel's Wedding: Toni Collete plays an awkward young woman obsessed with ABBA and getting married.
- I Am Love: The perfect family shows its imperfections at this birthday party.
- What's Eating Gilbert Grape: Vintage Johnny Depp. Enough said.
- Brokeback Mountain: An epic love story between two cowboys.
- Norwegian Wood: A college freshman and childhood friend experience a traumatic event.
- Pretty in Pink: Girl from the “wrong side of the tracks” goes to the prom.
- 2 Days in Paris: An American goes to meet his French girlfriend's family.
- Grease : The nice girl falls in love with a bad boy.
- My Week With Marilyn: Marilyn Monroe takes a break from filming.
- Me and You and Everyone We Know: A lonely artist meets a lonely shoe salesman.
- Flashdance: Welder by day, stripper by night, Alex dreams of becoming a professional dancer.
- Monsoon Wedding: Let's get together for a last-minute arranged marriage!
- Do The Right Thing: Racial tensions escalate on this hot summer day in Brooklyn.
- Enchanted April: Set in the 1920's four women go on holiday at an Italian villa.
- A Room With a View: A young English woman falls in love on her Italian holiday. Vintage Helena Bonham Carter. Swoon!
- Jane Eyre: An orphan becomes a governess and falls in love with her boss. Eek!
Which fashion films would you recommend?