Posts tagged documentary
Westwood: Punk, Activist, Icon

The documentary opens up with a visibly exasperated Vivienne Westwood recounting her punk roots again for the umpteenth time. Although the film touched upon Vivienne's hand in the punk movement through her radical clothes, the film focused more on the frustrations and struggles that she deals with every day.  Even with all the accolades and fame she’s acquired, the hustle never stops.

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RIP the King of Cling: Azzedine Alaia

It was quite sad for me to watch this. I don't own any of his clothes nor do I really want to, but a pang of sadness came over me; that feeling we all feel when a fellow human exits our world. I give him credit and will always admire him for giving women the outlet to celebrate our curves and sexuality through his clothing and aesthetic. Watch the free M2m fashion documentary here.

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WATCH: Karl Lagerfeld sketches his life

The way he describes his life: his renaissance-like curiosity, the way he decorates his house in excess, and his signature style I found so entertaining. A larger than life character that seems more belonging in Ludwig Bemelmanns novel than actually walking amongst us mere mortals.

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