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The Met Gala, fashion’s version of the Oscars, is finally letting outsiders get a taste of the exclusive event with its own documentary. In partnership with Condé Nast Entertainment and Vogue, Relativity Studios will produce and distribute the doc, which will focus on the makings of this year’s Costume Institute exhibition theme, titled “China: Through the Looking Glass,” and the star-studded gala.
While the title and release date of the film has yet to be disclosed, it will be directed by Andrew Rossi, whose film credits include Page One: Inside the New York Times (2011) and Ivory Tower (2014).
“There will be a lot of red, gold, chinois embroidery and Chinese porcelain-inspired prints,” one Hollywood fashion insider tells The Hollywood Reporter, “The designers have all gone back to school, studying the history of China’s movie and opera stars.”
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