Documentary film-maker, Brennan Stasiewicz provides an interesting and thought provoking insight into fashion's inner sanctum with his new film - Daphne Guinness: Undressed.
The film follows Daphne, arguably one of the most prolific supporters and collectors of haute couture, (and in my opinion, cool as fuck,) in both her personal and private life, culminating in a performance art piece in which Guinness dressed for the Met ball in one of Barney’s New York windows, modeling a lilac feathered gown designed by McQueen's Sarah Burton. The film is beautifully shot, intimate and provides a tiny peek into the world of the enigmatic Guinness.
I've long been a fan of Daphne Guinness, she truly appreciates and cares about fashion, and believes like me that fashion is art. And I do have to admire a woman who does yoga in a cocktail dress. Think I need to find a Greek shipping magnate to marry. x M