Marc Jacobs And Louis Vuitton Screening

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Loic Pringent’s documentary “Marc Jacobs & Louis Vuitton” at the Tribeca Grand Hotel was the opportunity to make celebrities wear their soirée gowns and discuss around Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, his talent, his passion for cereal bars (shoes, handbags, whatever).

What I cannot really understand is why this documentary will be shown on the Sundance Channel.

Anne Hathaway and Sophia Bush at Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton screening

I’m used to seeing documentaries on tv, over the internet but I’m not a fan of big-screenings of this nature. Of course, some may agree and say “look how many beautiful people got together celebrating Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton! It’s a wonderful film about a great man and his work under one of the biggest brands in fashion!”.
However, having this screening during fashion week explains things a little bit. It seems this year is going to be Marc Jacobs or not at all.

Lil Kim, Lydia Hearst and Ellen Pompeo at Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton screening

I was able to get just a fragment from the documentary (allegedly) and I’m posting it below, under the last of the fierce pictures of Anne Hathaway, Sophia Bush, Ellen Pompeo, Lydia Hearst, Lil’Kim, Katie Lee Joel, Tommy Hilfiger and Dee Ocleppo.

Katie Lee Joel, Tommy Hilfiger and Dee Oclepo at Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton screening

Why everyone goes for black, it’s really beyond my understanding! Either they’ve got written in the invitation “only black outfits allowed” (which would have counted out Lil’Kim), either the fashion stylists are joining the writers protest, either they’re going for the safest choice in this political year, either what? Give me your opinion, because mine it’s that if we continue to live times like that, Angelina Jolie will soon be chairman of the black fashion government to rule over the world of style.

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#1 Adriana Josina on 02.04.08 at 8:59 am

Two weeks ago this documentary has been showed on Dutch television. I’ve taped it so I can watch it again. I did like Marc, a charming friendly, but almost hyper man. I had the unpleasant feeling though I was watching an LVMH advertorial and had often the feeling we got fooled. Not by Marc but by the fashion industry. It was “insane” as we here Marc often say or scream in this documentary.

Why do they do shown such a documentary this way? So the “beautiful people” can have a nice gathering together? What else?

A week or so ago there was a thread on Style.com brought as a request for helping someone with her thesis about fashion. I do like to help someone out if possible. But what did I found out while doing this survey? This was nothing else that an attempt to test us which woman would us make buy their stuff: Lil’ Kim or Catherine Deneuve! And see who’s one of the guests? The awful looking and very unstylish Lil’Kim well if that’s what Marc (or LVMH) has in mind……no thanks. I wrote a comment after I did the survey. I have teased them a bit while doing it of course. So I did ask in my message: “Are you sure this is for a thesis or is this a sneaky way to trick us with this survey LVMH?” Or something like that. The thread was removed by the moderators the same day/night.
If I see how many young, very influential and over affected teens there are on fashion forums the last year this appearance of Lil’ Kim doesn’t surprise me at all…….

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