Hello everyone! I hope you are having a fantastic week, we are having another very hot week under the tuscan sun, today we are heading to the mountain so we can get some fresh hair.
I mentioned before that I am a huge fan of documentaries specially about food and fashion, couples weeks ago I watched Yves Saint Lauren and Dior and I.

Vintage Dior photographed in Paris by Mark Shaw in 1957

This movie gives an in depth look into Yves Saint Laurent life, which had its ups and downs throughout his successful career in the fashion industry. I liked the way that the director showed how he became famous after his brief take over from Christian Dior, very enjoyable.

This is the latest documentary from writer-director Frédéric Tcheng, who brought us the delightful "Diane Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel" one of my all time favorites.
A film that spends the majority of its time in the atelier (workroom) of the House of Dior to chronicle the less elegant process of creating a couture collection. The creative process takes us from Raf Simon's vision as the new artistic director for the House of Dior, it is just amazing how much work goes behind a beautiful couture gown .
I loved every second of this film, great documentary I'd suggest you to watch it.
Do you have a favorite fashion film?
Thanks for stopping by, have a happy day!.
Baci Are.

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