The Best Fashion TV Shows To Watch On Made To Measure
Think you’re all caught up on binge-worthy TV? You just lost two weeks of your life to Making a Murderer, after all. But there’s one major vertical you may have overlooked amid your obsession with true crime, The Affair and all the rest: fashion. This past fall, WME/IMG breathed new life into the struggling world of fashion programming with the launch of Made to Measure (M2M), an Apple TV–exclusive video network. The channel boasts a mix of original series, runway footage and behind the scenes, as well as existing fashiony films like Tom Ford’s A Single Man. Here’s what we’re watching.
Tea At The Beatrice
Style writer Glenn O'Brien hosts one-on-one interviews from the dining room at The Beatrice Inn with guests including Gisele Bündchen, Man Repeller's Leandra Medine, the filmmaking Safdie brothers and Purple Magazine's Olivier Zahm. Expect in-depth conversations like the one O'Brien had with artist Richard Prince on his controversial appropriation of Suicide Girls imagery. Preview an episode here.
In this silly but oddly compelling series, models including Hailey Baldwin, Lindsey Wixson and Hanne Gaby Odiele read aloud from famous tomes. Preview an episode here.
In And Out Of Fashion With Laura Brown
The Harper’s Bazaar executive editor shares candid moments with celebrity friends including Jessica Alba, Kiernan Shipka and Uzo Aduba. Preview an episode here.
Iconic is a docuseries studying the fashion industry's most legendary names, from Balenciaga to Marcello Mastroianni. Preview an episode here.