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By Ethan Sapienza
Betrand Bonello’s “Saint Laurent” is described as such: “1967 – 1976. As one of history’s greatest fashion designers entered a decade of freedom, neither came out of it in one piece.” Short, elegant, and to the point, the film only translates the elegance. 526 more words
Gaspard Ulliel (“Yves Saint Laurent) and Melanie Thierry (“The Zero Theorem”) have joined the cast of “The Dancer,” the 19th-set directorial debut of Stephanie Di Giusto, an unconventional biopic of American dancer Loie Fuller. 187 more words
“Saint Laurent” opens Friday at Sundance Cinemas. R, 2:15, two and a half stars out of four.
There’s a scene late in “Saint Laurent” where a group of journalists are (prematurely) writing the obituary for legendary fashion designer Yves St. 465 more words
Living outside of New York, there are many things that can make one pine for the Big Apple, and for me the lack of fashion films screened in Grand Rapids is a major issue; so you could imagine my surprise and delight when I saw that the biopic of coutourier Yves Saint Laurent, aptly named Saint Laurent, was being shown at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts ( 255 more words
Saint Laurent details the life of iconic fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. When he’s not revolutionizing fashion and in effect, womankind, what does YSL do? According to this biopic he parties religiously and finds muses for his dresses on the dance floor. 238 more words