The other day I was super pumped to go to the theater to see the new fashion documentary, Dior and I, directed by Frédéric Tcheng. I've been hearing all about this film which led me to right to The Moviehouse and it had to be the cutest theater I've ever been to. I mean you get to watch the movie in a beautiful screening room with couches, surrounded by artwork created by local artisans while eating luxury snacks. What better quality entertainment could someone ask for?
The teamwork in the ateliers is beyond amazing. I have always known how complex haute couture is, but there is nothing more interesting than seeing it visually. Every single stitch, trim, and tweak makes it obvious to why haute couture costs so much, but it's worth every penny for the work the goes into it. Even more so with the pride that Christian Dior has instilled in his company that remains today. I was captivated by Dior and I and watching everything come together at the final runway show looked even more beautiful knowing the work ethics behind it. This is certainly a must-see!