Fashion Pack: Go Global
This final instalment of the documentary series Fashion Pack
leaves the excesses of the '80s and the minimalism of the '90s behind, as a new century dawns.
Leading the charge is Karl Lagerfeld, who, as the head of Chanel, constantly reinvented and reinvigorated the DNA of the celebrated fashion house. The big brands set the fashion agenda as a new breed of uber-designers took over the major fashion houses and fashion went truly global. Prada exploded across the world, Tom Ford revived the fortunes of Gucci, a green Marc Jacobs was installed at Louis Vuitton, and John Galliano and Alexander McQueen ruled at Dior and Givenchy.
The number of collections and collaborations with massive retailers continued to grow, but could this record breaking rate of change be sustained?
Featuring exclusive interviews with designers, collaborators, models, journalists and fashion editors, as well as brand new footage, this is a must-see for all fashionistas!
The first two films in the series, Golden Eighties + Anti Fashion
, screen separately as a double feature.