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In 1990, Martin Scorsese directed a short documentary film about designer Giorgio Armani entitled Made in Milan, in which the designer discussed his creative process, his family and the role of the Italian city in his work.
Now, 27 years later, the film is returning to the small screen. The short has been secured by Made-to-Measure WME | IMG network (M2M.tv), where a 10-minute cut of the 20-minute feature will be shown exclusively.
“I have often wondered what my life would have been like without cinema,” Armani said of the role of film in his creative process in his 2015 self-titled tome. “I certainly wouldn’t be the man and the designer I am today.”
Noted M2M executive producer Susan Hootstein: “When we first found out Martin Scorsese had produced a film with Giorgio Armani in 1990 we knew it had to be a hidden gem. Made in Milan predates the current landscape of fashion films which is why M2M felt so compelled to display this seminal piece of work.”
Catch the film ahead of today’s Armani fall 2017 show at Milan Fashion Week and before its release on M2M below, and let the designer’s sweet Italian accent lull you back to early ‘90s Milan.
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