GOOP does leopard in ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley.
Confession time: I have really bad taste in movies. Like, really bad. I adore rom coms and when I find a movie that I like, I’ll keep it in rotation for months. But what I lack in cinematic eye, I make up for with my ability to pick out the most aesthetically pleasing movies out there. Hey, they might not all be Oscar winners (some are!), but they’re definitely the most fashion-forward movies available on Netflix Instant Watch. Now, go grab some popcorn and veg out; there are about 22 hours of movies to watch here.
Legendary costume designer Edith Head made a star out of Audrey Hepburn with the wardrobe in this movie.
My Week With Marilyn
Citing Marilyn Monroe as fashion inspiration is incredibly tired, but the 1950s fashion in this film is positively gorgeous and makes us yearn for a more glamorous era.
This is an ode to early-'00s fashion, and we love it. That denim dress with the patches is everything.
The epitome of preppy, collegiate dressing in the '70s.
Pride & Prejudice
Empire waists, hair accessories, fans and gloves. Sorry, though, no Colin Firth in this one. That's the BBC miniseries.
The Talented Mr. Ripley
The two costume designers for this movie won (well-deserved) Oscars for their work depicting how socialites dressed for summer holidays in the late fifties.
Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorfs
The most fashionable fashion people on earth wax poetic about the legendary store, including one Iris Apfel, the most gloriously accessorized woman who's ever lived.
Bill Cunningham New York
See some of the best, most inspiring street style, snapped by the grandfather of street style photography himself.
A behind-the-scenes look at Isaac Mizrahi planning his latest collection ... in 1994! Amazing.
The documentary about Yves Saint Laurent is pure decadence.
Honorable Mention: Clueless
We're weary of the constant onslaught of Clueless retrospectives, but you can't do a fashion movie roundup without mentioning it. C'mon, there were berets and knee socks.