"Calendar Girl" chronicles Finley's democratic oversight of the all-important Fashion Calendar, from its launch in 1945 to its acquisition by the CFDA in 2014.
Plus, the state of independent beauty post-pandemic.
It uses a 1994 interview and unreleased images to dive into the life of the grandfather of street style photography.
Plus, how the puffy vest became a status symbol.
The documentary, directed by Frédéric Tcheng and narrated by Tavi Gevinson, arrives in theaters on Friday, May 24.
Netflix's new series "7 Days Out" will chronicle the French luxury house's Spring 2018 Haute Couture runway show.
Full of visceral reminders that pollution ravages humans and the environment alike, the new documentary seeks to offer hope nonetheless.
Plus, Alexander Wang to participate in an upcoming 92Y Fashion Icons talk.
Plus, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy go shopping at Bergdorf’s
Watch the debut of the second episode exclusively here.
Plus, Victoria Beckham made a shirt to support UNAIDS and protests in Hong Kong hit retail sales hard.
Plus, retailers were hurting this back-to-school season.
And Jimmy Fallon re-created the Wren video with puppies. Squeetown, USA.
Karl Lagerfeld, with his vaguely priest-like uniform, is considered the "pope" of fashion, and was followed throughout his day-to-day life over 16 months for a new four-hour German documentary comparing fashion to religion. Obviously, Lagerfeld said some ridiculous things about actual popes along the way.
When we heard, just about a month ago, that James Franco was involved in a documentary film about Gucci, we weren't exactly like, "Oh, that makes perfect sense." But then again, that's never been a reaction to anything James Franco does, has it (we're starting to think that's the whole idea)? Anyway, the actor-slash-producer-slash-many other things put the wheels in motion for the first documentary about the historic house of Gucci and its current creative director, Frida Giannini, who flies relatively under the radar as far as creative directors of big fashion houses go. It's called The Director and will bow at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend. We chatted with the film's director Christina Voros to find out how this documentary came about.
If you've worked--or are looking to work--in the fashion industry, the women in the above photo should strike a bit of fear and awe into your hearts. That's Babs Simpson, Grace Coddington, Tonne Goodman, Phyllis Posnick, Jade Hobson, Carlyne Cerf, Polly Mellen and Camilla Nickerson--past and current fashion editors of Vogue. They're the subject of a new HBO documentary airing December 6 called In Vogue: The Editor's Eye based on the book of the same name.
Have you noticed how the typically press-shy Kate Moss has been opening up lately? She got candid with Vanity Fair, telling the mag about her relationship with Johnny Depp, her "nervous breakdown"-inducing Calvin Klein campaign with Marky Mark, and anorexia among other things. She then told the Times intimate details about her daughter Lila Grace. And now she's letting cameras follow her around for a documentary.