Following a premiere at Paris’ Publicis Cinémas, colette showed its new documentary, Colette, Mon Amour, to a captivated audience in London, courtesy of a screening at The Cinema at Selfridges, supported by Evian. The hour-long picture is dedicated to friends and family of the former Parisian concept store, which closed its doors in December 2017 following 20 years of business.
Colette, Mon Amour is directed by Hugues Lawson-Body and co-produced by La Pac and Highsnobiety. The documentary delves into the history of the concept store, which first opened on Rue Saint-Honoré in 1997. Featuring personal accounts from Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Virgil Abloh, and Futura, among others, the picture also details colette’s overwhelming impact on the world of fashion.
You can get a glimpse at what went down at the London screening of Colette, Mon Amour via the video recap above and the still photographs below. Additional showings will take place in New York City (February 2020), Tokyo (Spring 2020), and Paris (February 2020).