Dior and I


Dior and I

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Dior and I will obviously appeal to fashion fans, but this beautifully tailored documentary may draw in even the least sartorially inclined.



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Frédéric Tcheng's solo directorial debut brings the viewer inside the storied world of the Christian Dior fashion house with a privileged, behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Raf Simons' first haute couture collection as its new artistic director-a true labor of love created by a dedicated group of collaborators. Melding the everyday, pressure-filled components of fashion with mysterious echoes from the iconic brand's past, the film is also a colorful homage to the seamstresses who serve Simons' vision. (C) Official Site

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  • Jul 07, 2015
    It offers us an interesting look into the fashion house Christian Dior by showing the backstage of the stressful creation of Belgian designer Raf Simons' first haute-couture collection, yet I guess it will please more those who work in the business and fashion buffs in general.
    Carlos M Super Reviewer
  • Apr 08, 2015
    Could not get enough of this fine documentary, which must help to inspire any creative person wishing to turn their ideas into reality. It is like a manual on how to succeed. Economical, it gives precise insights into the essential creative concepts of the house of Dior, its key workings and personalities. Democratic at least in spirit, it shows the team and the atelier; we see how much of a design and a finished product comes from them, which is in fact a great deal, and is acknowledged as such. The story is technical, intelligent and builds gracefully up to the climax of the fashion show full of emotion and excitement. Along the way, we are shown the tensions of the short deadline, without any trace of hyperbole or hysteria. Dior's legacy is précised; there is a view of his stunning home. The fabrics, designs and models are beautiful, and the show is a spectacle; but the real stars are the collective effort, the love of superb craft, and the organisational skill of all concerned. Anyone who has tried sewing a complicated garment will tell you what a deep well of patience and discipline is needed, and how big therefore is the achievement of the atelier. Not only are there great profits and reputation at stake; everything depends on the participation of everyone. It is a recommendation for the longevity of a person's work and a job for life. We are not told how the profits are shared or what the politics of the house of Dior might be: the fact that mentioning these seems indelicate might of itself say something; and of course they would not be irrelevant in real life. Still, the film should be an object lesson for any management course in organizational behaviour; the Taylorist MBA in particular would benefit (no pun is intended). As a depiction of haute couture, it goes without saying that this film is everything that the recent Laurent film was not. By all means take your son or daughter along with you here; it can only assist their careers, their ability to work with others, their capacity to follow through; and their good taste in people, ambience and clothing. French perfection, with both substance and style.
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