It may be just your love for fashion, your need to widen your knowledge on it, or it may be the delight you get by discovering the hidden stories behind the things, the images and of course the people who make it … Whatever the reason…. we are presenting our favorite documentaries in fashion!



Iris Apfel, at 97, is one of the most well known fashion icons on the planet at the moment. She is also known as the “auntie” of the fashion industry, not just because of her creativity but also for her instinct and insight into styling and interior design.

In times of minimalism, the beloved “auntie” claims that “more is more and less is a bore,” which is also obvious if someone just notices her style. “Iris” can really enrich our way of thinking.

Future of Fashion | British Vogue

How can one enter the fashion industry? How can someone become a Fashion Designer, Fashion Buyer or Trend Forecaster? Vogue’s contributing editor, Alexa Chung, is looking for answers, through a series of videos which you can find on the British Vogue channel on Youtube.

Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel


A look at the life and work of the influential fashion editor of Harpers Bazaar, Diana Vreeland. This documentary gets us from Paris, that she started as a fashion editor, to the definition of the term beauty as she has formed it, by making clothes and fashion into something so much deeper.

Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards


The “maestro” of mules is presented in this documentary with sweetness and sensitivity that makes us smile, while his talent and achievements are chronicled.

Do not miss any of them!