colette's documentary, Colette, Mon Amour, premiered over the weekend in Tokyo. The film was shown at a private event on September 25, followed by the first public screening in the Japanese capital on September 26.

The premiere event was sponsored by Toyota, Evian, and American Express, who are ongoing supporters of the Colette, Mon Amour screenings. You can get a feel for what went down during the Tokyo showcase via the on-hand still photos and below video, shot by Akira Rambo.

Colette, Mon Amour, which details the 20-year history of influential Parisian boutique, colette, is now screening to the public in Tokyo at White Cine Quinto through October 8. A coinciding pop-up shop is also open at 2G through October 11. There, customers can purchase Colette, Mon Amour-branded merchandise from various collaborators. The items are also available online through Highsnobiety.

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