NEW: The most anticipated fashion and high society series of 2024!

Thanks to Hollywood and the constant interest in famous creators and the world of the rich, several achievements await us in this year.

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NEW: The most anticipated fashion and high society series of 2024!

Fashion can seem like a mysterious industry that appears too exclusive and far away. However, this is exactly what makes the series about fashion and high society even more interesting and intriguing.
Thanks to Hollywood and the constant interest in famous creators and the world of the rich, several achievements await us in this year.

Cristóbal Balenciaga - Premieres: January 19, 2024 on Disney+


The famous designer in the Disney+ series is portrayed by Spanish actor Alberto San Juan. He will play the role of a fashion revolutionary who was born into poverty in the town of Getaria. Cristóbal was the son of a fisherman and a seamstress, who became one of the most respected fashion designers in the world. The series, however, will focus on a specific, formative period of his career: the time when, after several successful years dressing aristocrats and royalty in his homeland, he moved to Paris, after the Spanish Civil War. It was then that Balenciaga began experimenting with radical, sculptural clothing silhouettes.
The plot begins when the designer presents his first haute couture collection in 1937 in Paris. He left behind a successful career in his studios in Madrid and San Sebastian. However, the creations that were appreciated in Spain don't quite work in a sophisticated fashion empire like Paris, where Chanel, Dior, and Givenchy are the benchmarks of haute couture. Driven by an obsession for control in all aspects of his life, Cristóbal Balenciaga would define his own stamp and eventually become one of the most important designers of all time. The trailer features costumes created by Bina Daigeler. She is behind the stunning wardrobe in the films "Tár" and "Volver". 


Feud: Capote vs. The Swans - Premieres: January 31, 2024 on FX


The anthology series "Feud" is finally coming back, and it will follow the great conflict between the famous Truman Capote and the women from New York's high society who were his friends (The Swans).   The action takes place in New York during the seventies, when Capote was at the height of his fame, after the success of the book "In Cold Blood".
As the story continues toward Capote's death in 1984, we see how he betrayed several of his friends by publishing a scandalous short story from 1975, "La Cote Basque 1965", which revealed all their secrets. The series will have 8 episodes, and after the premiere on FX, it will be available to watch on the Hulu platform.
The cast is impressive. Truman is played by Tom Hollander. Chloë Sevigny plays Andy Warhol's muse – CZ Guest, Calista Flockhart portrays Jackie Kennedy's younger sister, Lee Radziwill. Demi Moore plays Ann Woodward, widow of banking heir Billy Woodward, and Naomi Watts plays Babe Paley, Capote's closest friend.

The New Look - Premiere: February 14, 2024 on Apple+

Inspired by real events and filmed exclusively in Paris, "The New Look" series follows legendary designers who launch monumental and historic fashion creations, which parallel the horrors of World War II. As Christian Dior gains a reputation with its revolutionary and fundamental stamp in the world of fashion, it brings the established rule of Coco Chanel as the most influential and respected fashion designer of the time into uncertainty and potential danger.
The roles of Dior and Chanel are played by Ben Mendelsohn, winner of the Emmy award, and Juliette Binoche, winner of the Oscar. In addition to them, Maisie Williams ( "Game of Thrones") will star as Catherine Dior – Christian's sister who became famous for her contribution to the fight during the Second World War, on the side of France.
Other roles include John Malkovich as Lucien Lelong, Emily Mortimer as Elsa Lombardi, and Claes Bang as Spatz.

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Post By: Vanessa F.