The Carine Roitfeld Club: “Mademoiselle C”, the documentary

If you’ve been living under a rock for the last week, we’re here to let you know that Carine Roitfeld, founder and editor-in-chief of CR Fashion Book, released her documentary “Mademoiselle C” on September 11th. The former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris and director Fabien Constant promise to take us behind-the-scenes of what it’s like to start your own magazine…when you’re the most well-connected fashion icon in the industry.

With cameos from fashion’s biggest players, we’re talking Karl Lagerfeld, Tom Ford, Donatella Versace, and Diane von Furstenberg, this is one of those must-watch films for any fashion fanatic. Despite not so great reviews from film critics, who are we kidding? If you’re obsessed with fashion we’ll be sitting front row in the theatre with you.

To get a sweet taste of all the fashion goodness iTunes has not only the trailer. but also the first 5 minutes available here. Check your local theatres to find out if it’s playing in your city. 

We’re getting chills just thinking about it. So go ahead and watch the film and leave your reviews in the comments below!

Les dejo el trailer de Mademoiselle C, el documental que retrata la huella que Carine Roitfeld ha dejado en la moda, y que Fabien Constant llevó al cine. 

Alber Elbaz, Linda Evangelista, Tom Ford, Donatella Versace, Jean Paul Gaultier y Karl Lagerfeld, son algunos de los personajes que aparecen para, simplemente, aportar una razón más del por qué el trabajo de Carine es material para el cine.

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MADEMOISELLE C: REVIEWING THE BOOK WITH KARL

Karl, it turns out, is very good with children.

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MADEMOISELLE C: VISITING DONATELLA VERSACE

Here’s another preview clip for the fabulous Mademoiselle C documentary that is out soon. In this one Carine converses with Donatella, mainly about being a grandmother whilst trying on a giant emerald.

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