Did you like “Halston”? Here are five other productions that talk about the world of fashion!

Netflix recently released its latest original miniseries, titled “Halston”.

Produced by the prolific mind of Ryan Murphy, in collaboration with Ian Brennan and Christine Vachon, as well as the creation of Sherr White, all five episodes were inspired by Steven Gaines’ non-fiction book “ Simply Halston ” and have shed light on the controversial and complex life of designer Roy Halston Frowick and how he changed the US fashion scene between 1970 and 1980, from the popularization of the pillbox hat to ultra-suede trench jackets.

Despite the lopsided storyline, the series is, without a doubt, a lesson in the fashion industry – and even brings a dramatized and engaging version of the iconic Battle of Versailles. And, for those who like to study the importance of fashion iconography, “Halston” is a full plate.

Come to think of it, CinePOP has separated a brief list of five other productions that speak to the theme, from the classic “Cinderella in Paris” to the famous reality show “Queer Eye” (The Next Generation).

Check out our picks below and tell us which one is your favorite:

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Starring none other than the legendary Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn, ‘Cinderella in Paris’ brings together the best of fashion and romantic music in one place – and even inspired Netflix’s recent comedy’ Emily in Paris ”. The story revolves around a famous fashion photographer (Astaire) who works for a prestigious women’s magazine. Trying to find a new face, he crosses paths with a bookstore clerk (Hepburn) who is hired to model the magazine in Paris.

Where to watch: Telecine Play

When you think of fashion, “ The Devil Wears Prada ” is probably the first song that comes to mind – and it’s for no reason: in New York City, at the headquarters of Runway magazine, the narrative is centered on Andrea (Anne Hathaway), a recently graduated journalist with no sense of style who begins working for demonic fashion guru Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep). In addition to the fun narrative, the film is an ode to high fashion and has some of the finest costumes in Hollywood history.

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Where to watch: Telecine Play

In the unpretentious ‘Revenge is in Fashion’, Oscar-winner Kate Winslet brings to life a talented seamstress named Tilly, who, after years away from home, returns to her small town in the Australian countryside. Armed with a sewing machine and enviable style, she transforms the women of her household and revel in the sweet revenge of proving those who did not believe in their potential wrong.

Where to watch: Netflix

Despite its cancellation and the fan divide, “ Girlboss ” still functions as a very interesting portrayal of underground fashion and the biography of Sophia Amoruso, a troubled young woman turned multi-millionaire businesswoman named Nasty Gal at the age 27.


Where to watch: Netflix

There are few people who have never heard of “ Queer Eye ” – and few who aren’t thrilled with Netflix’s incredible reality show. Each chapter presents the 5 Fabulous in another makeover session, focusing on food, culture, etiquette and, most importantly, design and fashion. Guided by Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk and Jonathan Van Ness, the program is not only a manual on how to make your life more glamorous, but also an exciting social tour de force.

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