GIVEAWAY: Fashion in Film

Fashion is an art of creation. So is film. So when the two combine, you know it’s going to be good.

That’s what these two latest fashion films by Madman Films, Dior and I and Advanced Style are. An insight into the wonderful world of fashion and style and the creation and insane amount of methodology that goes into them.

To coincide with the releases of Dior & I on the big screen and Advanced Style on DVD, we have to offer: 5 x DIOR AND I in-season double passes (RRP $36) and three AVANCED STYLE DVDs (RRP $19.95) to win.

Simply like and share this post on Facebook to go into the draw. Draws close Sunday 29 March 2015.

DIOR AND I in cinemas March 26!

Director: Frédéric Tcheng

DIOR AND I is a tantalising ‘behind-the-seams’ glimpse at the making of Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection for Christian Dior in 2012.

Established in the fashion world as a minimalist designer, Simons has both his reputation and the legacy of Dior on the line when appointed Creative Director of the iconic Parisian brand. With only eight weeks to complete the collection, Simons and his dedicated group of collaborators work against time to make his vision a sublime reality. Melding the everyday, pressure-filled world of fashion with mysterious echoes from Dior’s past, the film is also a colourful homage to the long-serving seamstresses at the couturier, as history is once again created at Dior.

DIOR AND I key art

ADVANCED STYLE available on DVD and digital form March 20!

Director: Lina Plioplyte and Ari Seth Choen

June, 1945. Badly injured, her face destroyed, Auschwitz survivor Nelly returns to her hometown, Berlin. She’s accompanied by Lene, a Jewish Agency employee and Nelly’s friend from pre-war days. Having barely recovered from facial surgery, Nelly ignores Lene’s warnings and sets out to find her husband, Johnny – the love of her life who is convinced that his wife is dead. When Nelly finally tracks him down, he recognizes nothing but an unnerving resemblance and doesn’t believe it could really be her. Hoping to secure her family’s inheritance, Johnny suggests to Nelly that she take on the identity of his late wife.


Good luck!

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