The Maison Margiela fashion house has always been enigmatic and singular. Headed by co-founder Jenny Meirens, the people behind the successful brand tell the untold story of one of the most creative and original groups in the fashion industry.
Alexander McQueen’s scandalous fashion shows went beyond sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll to things more chilling, sensual and outrageous. Featuring excerpts from his diaries and interviews with his family and friends, the film shows the wildest, most fruitful years of McQueen’s creative career.
Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist
Years after she became one of the iconic faces of Punk, shocking London with her provocative outfits, Dame Vivienne Westwood continues to be a pain in the establishment’s backside despite the noble title. She is still a bold, subversive fashion designer, and now an activist intent on changing the world.
The Gospel According to André
Born in the segregated American South, André Leon Talley grew up to become a superhero. Anna Wintour, Manolo Blahnik, Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford and Talley himself present a warm, funny and captivating image of the loudest, most colorful and touching Vogue editor of all.
Cecil Beaton’s gaze has shaped the way we all see the American and British elites. An award-winning designer and photographer, Beaton never stepped off the stage. Rare archival footage and Beaton’s intimate diaries reveal a complex, fascinating man who devoted his life to the search for beauty.