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Ozwald Boateng was not only the first black tailor to have a business on the English capital's prestigious Savile Row, but also the youngest at the age of 28. Born in London to parents from Ghana he has reached the heights of success in the fashion industry. This flashy, admiring documentary follows him over 12 years, starting from an emotional and financial low-point after a divorce, a failed Far-East expansion and the theft of his entire collection. His tenacity sees him rebuild his empire, becoming creative director at Givenchy and dressing some of the world's most famous stars in his richly coloured, elegant suits.
Fascinating documentary about US Vogue magazine which exposes both the artistry and the frivolity of high-end fashion.
11+ years 86 mins
Set in 1960s London, this famed, stylish film sees a fashion photographer's life alter upon realising he may have accidentally filmed a murder.
14+ years 106 mins
Biopic based on the life of iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel, from her humble beginnings in an orphanage and as a penniless cabaret singer.
11+ years 105 mins
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