New Year, new Netflix?
Much has been made this morning about the video streaming site taking a tougher stance on viewers logging on to watch American movies abroad. Film fans outside the states, who were previously able to bypass the regional system with special software that masked IP addresses, took to social media to voice their frustrations.
However Netflix insists it hasn’t changed its content settings, which vary from nation to nation.
If you’ve got plans to log on and binge watch a few film favorites, FN’s rounded up top-notch fashion flicks to catch this winter:
Annie Hall: Woody Allen’s ode to Manhattan, starring ever-trendy Diane Keaton as the title character. Keaton’s Annie is a study in menswear, mussed-up hair and strategic accessories.
Breakfast At Tiffany’s: Audrey Hepburn wasn’t the author’s original choice for Holly Golightly, but who else could have captured the essence of the Swinging Sixties uptown quite like the brunette?
Bill Cunningham New York: The city’s most stylish fashion plates are snapped by the original street-chic photographer.
Clueless: Because what would a fashion in film list be without the inimitable tale of Cher Horowitz? 1990s style nerds, rejoice.
My Week With Marilyn: Michelle William steps into the iconic shoes – and high hemlines – of Marylin Monroe in the Academy Award nominee.
The Talented Mr. Ripley: Gwyneth Paltrow ticks all the boxes in this whodunnit caper set along the Italian coast in the 1950s. Elegance personified.
Roman Holiday: Again it’s Italy – and Audrey Hepburn – for the win in chic wardrobe choices fit for a princess.
Ready-to-Wear: Not familiar with this Julia Roberts catwalk flick? Pretty Woman’s not on Netflix (yet), so satiate style cravings here.