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The first Paris Fashion Week screening of the new Colette, Mon Amour documentary took place in the French capital earlier this week, and it served as an intimate tribute to the concept store's inimitable legacy. Take a look inside the event via the gallery above.

Directed by Hugues Lawson-Body and co-produced by La Pac and Highsnobiety, Colette, Mon Amour features interviews with Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Virgil Abloh, and Futura, who use the hour-long film to discuss colette’s 20-year-long impact on fashion. Watch the trailer below.

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Unlike our other international screenings, this Parisian event was strictly invite-only, limited to friends, partners, and OG store customers. A few lucky customers from the accompanying colette pop-up store were also in attendance, receiving complimentary tickets alongside purchases made during the first two days of the store's opening.

Hugues and Eliane Lawson-Body and former colette creative director, Sarah Andelman, were on hand to share some words about their last months with the store, and their inspirations. The screening was supported by American Express Platinum Card® and Evian and took place in Paris' plush MK2 Beaubourg theater.

Keen to learn more about the event and pop-up store? Take a deeper dive via the video below.

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