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Following screenings in Paris and London, on Feburary 5 Highsnobiety and colette brought the new documentary, Colette, Mon Amour, to New York City.

The picture tells the story of colette, the Parisian, which closed its doors two years ago, and also includes personal accounts from Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Virgil Abloh, Futura, and more, all of whom delve into colette’s considerable impact on the world of fashion.

Supported by American Express Platinum and Evian, the event saw the unveiling of the hour-long documentary dedicated to colette. Held at Manhattan’s Metrograph movie theater, the invite-only screening brought together directors Hugues and Eliane Lawson-Body, former colette creative director, Sarah Andelman and Highsnobiety founder David Fischer. Also in attendance were celebrity guests Fabulous, Daniel Arsham and Ronnie Fieg.

We also hosted a dedicated screening for American Express Platinum Card and Centurion Members.

Watch our recap video below.

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Whether you could attend or not, you can now cop official Colette, Mon Amour merchandise, including T-shirts, hoodies, a baseball cap, tote, iPhone cover, notebook, and an AirPods case, through the Highsnobiety Shop.

Colette, Mon Amour will also be showing in Paris in February and Tokyo this spring.

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