From designer profiles to industry exposés and beyond.
What it’s about: In 2012, after nearly seven years as creative director at Jil Sander, Raf Simons took the same coveted position at Dior. Dior and I follows Simons, a celebrated minimalist, as he prepares for his debut haute couture collection at the famously opulent fashion house.
What it’s about: Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s tells the story of New York City department store and institution Bergdorf Goodman. Its origins, its whimsically decorated windows, its fabled customer service, its meaning to designers and shoppers alike — this film has it all.
What it’s about: Bill Cunningham New York profiles the revolutionary photographer of the same name, whose street style pictures helped democratize fashion long before Instagram and blogs came along. With Cunningham’s recent passing, now seems like a particularly important time to learn about his legacy.
What it’s about: Vidal Sassoon: The Movie tells the story of a boy who went from growing up in a Jewish orphanage in England during WWII, to becoming one of the most famous names in hair. His cuts weren’t just pretty — they were a symbol of women’s liberation in the 1960s, and a foreshadowing of hair trends for decades to come.