The New Look on Apple TV+ review: haute couture gets The Crown treatment

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The New Look on Apple TV+ review: haute couture gets The Crown treatment

This scene, and the following interview Dior gives to a crowd of enthusiastic admirers, functions as the narrative device to flash back to the action in WW2, namely to consider the question of collaboration, something which this coterie of fashion icons all meandered in and out from. “I was a nobody working for Lucien Lelong,” offers Dior, “for those who lived through the chaos of war, [the] darkest days of our lives, and yes we sold and designed for Nazi wives and girlfriends. There is the truth and there’s always another truth which lived behind it.”

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