Miu Miu presents: The Door by Anna Duvernay




Let's leave aside the 'buzz' related to racism at the self -  complementary Masturbation Dome aka the Oscars, and focus more on fashion. 
As you've probably heard President Obama hosted  'Selma' yesterday January, 16 at White House. 
And of course, I'll be the last who'll watch the Oscar contender film if you take into consideration the fact that they work like a f#cking helix when it comes to broadcasting and promoting any worthy of notice film here in the cesspool I live. 
The director of the film is Ava Duvernay whose name stayed unfamiliar to my ears till this moment. I googled other films she directed and I came across 'The Door' - a beautifully shot story which was one of a few short films released by Miu Miu. 
While Ava's been the first black woman to win the best director prize at the Sundance Film Festival her talent is undisputable. I personally was mesmerized by the clothes which was shimmering here and there while I was watching 'The Door'. 
“Clothing is a symbol of renewal, each change of costume charting our heroine’s emergence from a chrysalis of sadness. In the final scenes, she takes off her ring, pulls on long, black leather gloves, and walks, transformed by the emotive power of the clothing, through the door.” –  Miu Miu
The great message of the film amazingly compactly packed in a beautiful form of gorgeous clothes, stylish interiors, and proper music is worth a standing applause I think. 
Watch the full episode here and tell me what you think, and which is you favourite look of the main heroine. I love Miu Miu!



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