The 3 Best Fashion Documentaries On Netflix

As the summer comes to an end, take the time to catch up with some fantastic fashion documentaries available on Netflix. Stay on top of your fashion knowledge with these three documentaries.

First Monday In May
Andrew Rossi’s 2016 documentary, The First Monday in May, focuses on the most celebrated day in the fashion calendar; The Met Gala. The film follows the creation of the 2015 exhibition and event, ‘China: Through the Looking Glass’ and also depicts Anna Wintour’s daily life whilst questioning fashion as an art. Starring the likes of Karl Lagerfeld and John Galliano, this documentary captures the intricacy and detailed planning of New York’s first Monday in May.

Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer
Directed by Vlad Yudin, ‘Jeremy Scott; The People’s Designer’ details the life of popular fashion designer, Jeremy Scott, and his journey from the humble roots of his small family farm in Missouri to becoming the Creative Director at Moschino. As we follow his journey through several Fashion weeks, we learn a larger story of his struggle to gain acceptance in the fashion world and overcome immense challenges to reach his goals. From Miley Cyrus to Paris Hilton, you won’t be surprised by his high profile following,

Directed by the great Albert Maysles and released posthumously, Iris focuses on the incredible career of then 93-year old Iris Apfel. A Fashion icon, businesswomen and interior designer, Iris is a lady of many traits, who has made her presence widely known on the New York fashion scene. Docked more than just a fashion film, ‘Iris’ is a story about the creativity and inspiration of a singular woman whose enthusiasm for fashion and art is second to none.