We gave away five double passes to see Dior and I at Rialto Newmarket. Looking forward to hearing feedback and reviews.
If you love fashion, you will love fashion movies here's a couple of good ones that you should see - or see again (we're all about recycling and keeping good things going).
Bill Cunningham New York
A movie about one of the most influential people in fashion - not that you'd ever notice him if he was standing right next to you on the street in New York (he's probably the little old man in the blue factory worker's jacket with the bicycle…oh, and the camera).
The Eye Wants To Travel
Diana Vreeland was a fashion editor - she was the fashion editor. She created the modern fashion magazine look and style. This movie features a trove of images from her time at Harpers Bazar, Vogue and at the Metropolitan museum. Even if you've never heard of Ms Vreeland you can be sure she has influenced your taste.
The September Issue
The September issue of Vogue magazine is a major event on the media and cultural landscape. This movie goes behind the scenes at Vogue as preparations are made for the magazine's release. It's a fascinating insight into not only the business of promoting fashion but also the relatonship with editor Anna Wintour and creative director Grace Coddington. Sometimes it's stormy. They don't always see eye to eye. But the magazine gets done regardless - and they move on. Just like all great relationships?
Valentino - The Last Emperor
What happens when you build an empire on youth and beauty - but the time comes to retire and pass on your legacy. You'll find out…
Dior and I
(Still running at the Rialto - get along to see it - these movies often don't run for long). Is it good? Leave your review in the comments section.
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