There's a lot of business that goes into fashion frivolity. But you don't have to trust our word for it, because the new fashion documentary Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's showcases it all, with more than a few of the industry's biggest names talkin' shop. Namely, the iconic shop from which the doc takes its name: 5th Avenue's Bergdorf Goodman. The department store/materialism emporium is a Manhattan mainstay and oft-epicenter for many an FIT or Parsons graduate.
In this exclusive clip, Hollywood.com gives you a taste of the names, the history, the talent, and the drama — it's not fashion if there's not drama — that created such a beacon of fashion. "Bergdorf Goodman is the epitome of the luxury idea in a department store," explains be-all, end-all shoe designer Christian Louboutin. And he's not alone in his opinions: "It's just one of those things you fantasize about," quips Diane von Furstenburg. With the "most discerning customers in the world" according to Michael Kors, it's no wonder everyone who's anyone in fashion is in this film. It would simply be unfashionable not to! Get on-trend, my friends.
Want to know more? Check out the clip below. Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's opens in New York on May 3, 2013. Check out the film's Facebook page for more information.
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