Margy Kinmonth takes a journey from Paris to New York and California to meet haute couture clients and the designers they treat like Gods. In this much talked about but little understood pocket of the fashion industry, there are strict unwritten rules for belonging to this exclusive shopping club. What are they and why is it all so hush hush? Margy asks why wealthy women are prepared to spend so much money on one dress? Is haute couture now an art form as valuable as any masterpiece?
- Nominated Prix Italia 2007