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Fashion writer André Leon Talley has been an iconic fixture in the industry for decades. This documentary traces his journey, from his roots growing up in the segregated Jim Crow American South, to becoming one of the most influential fashion designers and curators of modern times. Featuring interviews with industry luminaries such as Anna Wintour, Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs, as well as other cultural figures including Will.I.Am, the film establishes fascinating connections between the black church of his youth and the work he went onto produce for publications like Vogue. The result is a valuable insight into the alluring world of fashion and a fascinating portrait of a man whose passion for beauty and style has influenced the look of generations of people.
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