This Thursday (25), the feature Gucci house, by Ridley Scott, was released in several theaters. The production focuses on the murder of Maurizio Gucci (played by Adam Driver), who was allegedly provoked by his wife, socialite Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga). In a world of refinement and glamour, the characters face unexpected conflicts and troubled relationships with iconic figures from the fashion world.
That way, check out other interesting productions that have fashion as one of their main elements!
8. The devil Wears Prada (2006)
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Starring Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep, The devil Wears Prada is well remembered by the public when talking about the best fashion movies. In the plot, young Andrea gets a job at a very important fashion magazine, whose editor-in-chief is the powerful Miranda Priestly.
Gradually, the girl’s life changes completely, as well as her wardrobe, which starts to have other combinations. The cast also features guest appearances by Emily Blunt and Stanley Tucci.
7. Cruella (2021)
The origins of the villain of 101 Dalmatians were exposed in a film full of colors and extravagant costumes. The narrative explores the rise of Estella (played by Emma Stone), when she meets Baroness Von Hellman (Emma Thompson). However, amid several direct confrontations between the two, Estella is awakening her more rebellious side, while her ambitions constantly grow.
It is interesting to note, in this sense, how everything that is already known by the public was gradually acquired, including the hatred she acquires about dogs.
6. Dior and I (2014)
As Gucci house explores one of the most prestigious brands in the world, the documentary Dior and I focuses on the creation of a new collection for the Dior brand, conceived by stylist Raf Simmons. Filled with interesting sequences for lovers of couture fashion shows, the film also features several stars, such as Oscar winners Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard.
Well-known figures in fashion and business involving this sector, such as Anna Wintour, Pieter Mulier, Sidney Toledano and Bernard Arnault, also appear in different contexts of production.
5. Saint Laurent (2014)
Designer Yves Saint Laurent is well known among fashion lovers. For years, pieces signed with his name became disputed by many people. This can also be seen in the French film Saint Laurent, in which Gaspard Ulliel was commissioned to interpret it.
The production also features Jérémie Renier, Louis Garrel and Léa Seydoux in the main roles, betting heavily on all the nuances that made her brand stand out among so many others.
4. Zuzu Angel (2006)
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In Brazil, Zuzu Angel has become, over the years, one of the most respected and admired stylists by the public. However, his name was also quite linked to the military period, considering that he was tirelessly looking for his son, Stuart Angel, murdered by the military.
Her biopic illustrates very well the anguish of a mother (played by Patrícia Pillar), who just wanted to be reunited with her son (Daniel de Oliveira). In fact, the production is considered one of the most famous on the subject.
3. Alexander McQueen (2018)
Another documentary linked to an important stylist, which has interesting testimonies and curious details, is Alexander McQueen, which, as the title shows, addresses the creations of the British fashion designer.
Launched in 2018, the production focuses on the trajectory of this figure, showing his beginnings, from adolescence, when he started drawing, until arriving at Givenchy and launching his own brand. Tom Ford and Kate Moss also appear in some moments of the narrative.
2. Ghost Plot (2017)
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Returning to fiction, in Paul Thomas Anderson’s film, viewers approach Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) in the 1950s, when he meets the enigmatic Alma (Vicky Krieps), who becomes his inspirational muse for the composition. of exquisite pieces. In this way, the feature focuses on these characters, who are directly intertwined with general aspects of haute couture.
The cast also features Lesley Manville, Camilla Rutherford, Harriet Leitch, Gina McKee and Richard Graham.
1. Blow-Up (1966)
To close the list, we could not fail to mention a cinema classic, directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. While it’s not exactly about a stylist figure, the narrative is composed from Thomas (David Hemmings), a fashion photographer, who is distressed after photographing a couple in a park and apparently discovering a crime.
Gradually, he gets involved in a frantic investigation, which can mess with all his feelings in an unexpected way. There are truly iconic scenes that enshrine the production among moviegoers.