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Qui êtes-vous, Polly Maggoo?

Qui êtes-vous, Polly Maggoo? - MoritzFeedDog2024

A satire of the fashion world that laughs at the archetypes, mannerisms, and excesses of the profession, signed by the brilliant and iconoclastic photographer William Klein. Polly is a supermodel who navigates through a universe of talent, glitz, whims, and quirks. What a hassle it is to go from here to there all day long…! […]

Mi última condena. Ana de Pombo

Mi última condena - MoritzFeedDog2024

The fascinating —and unknown— trajectory of Ana de Pombo, who was ahead of her time in everything and lived several lives: right-hand woman of Coco Chanel, designer, and poet. Who could have in their phone book the likes of Cayetana de Alba, Jean Cocteau, Coco Chanel, Eva Perón, Gregorio Marañón, or Audrey Hepburn? Only someone […]

Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed

Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed - Moritz Feed Dog 2024

A charismatic star of classic elegance, forced to live hidden in a lie. He was one of the first names in Hollywood to change the conversation about HIV.  Many stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood led secret lives, and Rock Hudson’s is one of the most paradigmatic stories. His classic beauty and rugged masculinity, […]

Versace, Les Liens du Sang

Versace, Les Liens du Sang

Gianni Versace was murdered at the height of his business success. His death raised questions about the disappearance of the brand, but, as in all Italian sagas, blood ties prevail. His sister Donatella will keep the textile empire standing. Milan, 1978. The young Gianni founded a brand with his siblings Santo and Donatella. Fast forward; […]

Scooter LaForge: A Life of Art

Scooter LaForge: A Life of Art

It can’t be more “New York” than this: an artist and sculptor who also creates clothing, and who has dressed Madonna, Beyoncé, or Rihanna with his irreverent pop references. Basquiat, Haring, George Condo, punk, cartoons, plush toys, graffiti. In the visual universe of artist Scooter LaForge, there is room for humor, pop references, and music. […]

Jacquemus, Le Prince Soleil

Jacquemus, Le Prince Soleil

In just over a decade, Simon Porte Jacquemus has shaped a close and personal way of creating fashion, sharing his life with the followers of his brand. A designer is presumed to have the talent to create beautiful collections, but to build a community around a brand requires much more: enthusiasm, instinct, and the ability […]

Happy Clothes: A Film About Patricia Field

Happy Clothes: A Film About Patricia Field

Patricia Field, the costume designer who crafted the looks for “Sex and the City” and “The Devil Wears Prada,” shares her life story and explains why it’s crucial to have fun when choosing what to wear. They say clothes don’t make the man, but in TV shows, it’s the opposite. Carrie wouldn’t be the same […]

Fashion vs Words

Fashion vs Words

Fashion and word go hand in hand in this intimate, brief, and poetic documentary. What we wear speaks about us, but clothes need words to be fully conceptualized. Fashion is a visual language, but its message is amplified with narration. The protagonists of this documentary communicate their emotions and ideas through their work, and they […]

Fashion vs Music

Fashion vs Music

Fashion and music have a lot in common: the celebration of individuality, the unstoppable expressive force, the rebellion. A tour through the most famous collaborations between artists and designers. Elvis shaking his hips — thanks to a fluid suit — and shocking the world; Kansai Yamamoto and David Bowie, the fierceness of Grace Jones, that […]

Donyale Luna: Supermodel

Donyale Luna: Supermodel

One of the first black supermodels to appear in Vogue and in films by Fellini and Preminger, her career was as brief — she died at 33 — as it was spectacular. Growing up in 1950s Detroit with such a striking appearance must not have been easy for little Peggy Anne Freeman. So, she left […]