By Andrea Cheng
Updated Oct 20, 2015 @ 8:30 pm
Diane Von Furstenberg and Karlie Kloss
Credit: Courtesy

Fashion aficionados love to see the stylish world's inner workings on screen—think of the late '80s hit television show House of Style, and more recently, Project Runway and House of DVF. Now, thanks to entertainment giant WME/IMG, fashion is getting more play with a first-ever digital network—Made2Measure (M2M for short), which launched today on Apple TV. The line-up is chock full of content ranging from hard-hitting fashion news to live reports from fashion week to a library of classic fashion films and documentaries.

"M2M will showcase fashion from all angles," says Mark Shapiro, chief content officer of WME/IMG. "There are so many incredible stories to tell in this industry, but premium video programming that’s authentic, modern, and thought-provoking is still difficult to find."

If you own Apple TV, get ready to binge-watch. Here's what you can start streaming, stat.

A library of fashion films, including Valentino: The Last Emperor, Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?, and The Day Before

Footage from runway shows, including Alexander Wang, Céline, Givenchy, Marc Jacobs, Rick Owens, Saint Laurent, and Tom Ford

Tea at the Beatrice: A series of one-on-one interviews with fashion insiders (including Gisele Bundchen, Proenza Schouler, Richard Prince) with Glenn O'Brien

Visionaries: A docu-series exploring the convergence of technology and design, which celebrates the spirit of innovators, like Daniel Arsham and Virgil Abloh.

MADE: A look at runway shows from emerging designers, including Baja East, Adam Selman, Area, and Chris Gelinas

Iconic: Profiles of industry legends, from Marcello Mastroianni (see a clip, below) to the house of Balenciaga