EXTRA CREDIT 2 MOVIES
Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's
Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's, is a documentary movie that talks about Bergdorf Goodman, an immigrant who moved to New York and started his own fashion empire, which had an impact on the Fashion industry. The tile of the movie was obtained from the Victoria Roberts cartoon caption in 1990, which was published by the New Yorker. The movie looks at how the fashion house grew and became one of the most envied stores in New York by designers, and the people who were most likely involved in the fashion industry. The movie also conducts a series of interviews, whereby celebrities, designers of the store, and customers get to show how they are deeply engraved with the fashionable accessories the store has to offer. The film was released in 2013 but it brings in a blend of the recent and modern time activities that took place in the Bergdorf' Goodman store.
The movie looks at the individuals who have constantly shopped for their products in the store and one of the scenes, Giorgio Armani, one of the frequent buyers of the store is always fascinated with what the store has to offer. The impacts of the 'Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's' on the fashion industry mostly lie on the aspect of transforming how people view, approach, and appreciate fashion. The designers have transformed the fashion industry in that, the new designs and innovative ideas create competition in the market, which gives the customers a wide range of quality designs to choose. The most admirable thing that is ideal and remarkable when it comes to the Bergdorf' Goodman store is the quality fashionable products they constantly release to the market. The film was both educative and captivating. It was educative since it brings out the history of the fashion industry in New York and how it has evolved over the years. It is captivating since it brings out interesting things that take place in the fashion industry.
The film, however, leave out important place like how the luxury was able to remain constant even after the recession events that took place
In Vogue: The editor’s eyes`
This is also another documentary film that focuses on the fashion industry by looking at the analytical point of views of the Vogue editors on fashion. The film surfaces what makes Vogue magazine stand out especially when it comes to the beautiful pictures. The movie seeks to credit the editors of the magazine by celebrating the works they provide in the magazine. The directors of the movie talk about how the exquisite works of art that are found in the Vogue magazine have had an impact on transforming fashion and how it also enhances the image of the artists. The documentary film brings out the archives of the vogue magazine and interviews the editors who have contributed to the significant growth of magazine.
The movie was released in the year 2012; however, it …