Following screenings in Paris, London, and New York, colette's documentary, Colette, Mon Amour, is coming to Tokyo. The film will first be shown at an invite-only opening event on September 25, followed by public screenings between September 26 and October 8. A special pop-up shop will also be open to the public from September 26 to October 11.

Colette, Mon Amour details the history of colette, the beloved concept store which opened on Rue Saint-Honoré in 1997 and then closed its doors 20 years later, in December of 2017. Directed by Hugues Lawson-Body and co-produced by La Pac and Highsnobiety, the documentary includes firsthand accounts from Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Virgil Abloh, and Futura, among others. The picture ultimately delves into colette's unmistakable impact on the world of fashion; watch the trailer below.

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Tokyo's invite-only Colette, Mon Amour opening event will take place at 2G and White Cine Quinto at PARCO, Shibuya on September 25, while the public screenings will be held at White Cine Quinto from September 26 to October 8; the entire event will be supported by Evian Water, American Express Platinum, and Toyota. Fans can then shop new Highsnobiety x Colette, Mon Amour merchandise and exclusive collaborations with Bibliothèque Blanche, Doublet, Ed Banger, Medicom, Human Made, retaW, Kaweco, sacai, Skateroom, and Swatch, first at 2G in Shibuya on September 26, then online beginning September 28.

Screenings at White Cine Quinto September 26 to October 8, 2020 Shibuya PARCO 15−1 Udagawacho Shibuya, Tokyo

Pop-Up Shop at 2G September 26 to October 11, 2020

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