The iconic Parisian boutique colette, which closed its doors after 20 years in 2017, will be the subject of a new film titled Colette Mon Amour. An hour-long documentary, the film will give an insight into the store’s final six months, starting with the announcement of its closure.
Founder Colette Roussaux and her daughter Sarah Andelman – the store’s head buyer and creative director – will feature heavily in the film, directed by fellow Parisian Hugues Lawson-Body.
However, it won’t only be Roussaux and Andelman giving their take on things; there will also be appearances from big fashion/music names including Virgil Abloh, Kanye West, and Pharrell Williams.
Viewers can watch a Virgil Abloh book signing gone wrong, for example, as well as some of colette’s events in the run-up to its closure, including the final guest curation by Saint Laurent.