If you love binging shows on fashion and are looking for your next fix then look no further.
Metrolife puts together six of the choicest shows for the fashionista in you.
Emily in Paris
The protagonist Emily’s fashion choices have been a point of debate across many forums. Whether you’re in favour of her fashion sense or not, it can’t be denied that the production team went all out on her Parisian wardrobe. Her black gown, red beret and plaid co-ords, fedoras, clashing prints and just over-the-top ensembles were surely eye-catching. Plus, she wasn’t the only character with a bold style sense in the series. Characters like Sylvie and Mindy also had some stand out outfits throughout the show.
Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer
Featuring exclusive interviews from the likes of Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Rhianna and Jared Leto, this star-studded documentary charts the meteoric rise of Moschino creative director, Jeremy Scott. A designer from small-town Missouri who became ‘fashion’s last rebel’. If you’d like to dive deep into the fashion industry and know more about its inner workings, then this is the perfect documentary for you.
The Queen’s Gambit
This gripping show is the reason for the internet’s newfound obsession with chess and sixties fashion. The show is filled with tailored silhouettes, bold patterns and bright colours of the sixties. It’s bound to make you want to add a hint of the groovy sixties into your wardrobe.
The perfect pick-me-up show. This feel-good show is all about self-care and self-confidence. The multiple seasons of the show follow the fab five — Johnathon Van Ness, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France and Antoni Porowski — as they show the world how style and fashion can be used to reinvent one’s self.
The latest season of the show is a delight to watch for all fashion lovers. Season 4 follows Princess Diana, a real-life style icon, whose fashion sense has been brilliantly depicted throughout the show. The show has had a clear impact on the fashion scene in the UK. Reportedly, Barbour coats have seen a massive increase in sales because of the show. Everyone, from Harry Styles to Brie Larson, has been spotted rocking Diana’s iconic black sheep jumper.
If you haven’t yet jumped on the Bridgerton-wagon then you’re seriously missing out. The Netflix series follows London’s elite. With plenty of garden parties, balls and drawing-room dramas, it’s only right that our favourite Dukes, Duchesses and debutantes don their finest Regency-era garb and dreamiest ballgowns to navigate life. We might not be running around in a Regency-era inspired gown, but the intricacy of every outfit in the show is worth marvelling at.