As one of the most revered doyens of modern fashion, Carine Roitfeld’s tenure as editor-in-chief at Vogue Paris defined a new age of French fashion. With her famously daring and sensual approach to styling, she was named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2008. An absolute embodiment of chic, her close friends include such industry icons as Karl Lagerfeld, Giorgio Armani and Jean Paul Gaultier.
Following Carine Roitfeld as she embarks on the launch of her new magazine, the documentary Mademoiselle C. is a delicious immersion in the glamourous world of the catwalk. In contrast to her NYC counterpart, Anna Wintour (The September Issue), Roitfeld is revealed as a warm and charming figure behind her façade as a shrewd and canny entrepreneur.
With no doors closed to director Fabien Constant, this whirlwind documentary is a trip to the inner realms of haute couture and features a stunning parade of supermodels, photo shoots and iconic fashion houses all over the world. Illuminating, candid and cheeky, all fans of fashion must see Mademoiselle C.