In November 1973, for the second time in history, America stormed France in an epic battle. This battle, however, would pit the French haute couture establishment against innovative American ready-to-wear designers in a runway rumble for industry dominance. On the stage where Louis XVI married Marie Antoinette, in front of a who's who audience of royalty, jet-set millionaires and icons, including Princess Grace of Monaco, Andy Warhol, Christina Onassis and Josephine Baker, the American designers claimed victory. Filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper and a panel of influencers in fashion, history and pop culture will discuss the implications of this legendary event, the behind-the-scenes making of the film and the role of fashion in life. 2012, NR, 91 min. 7 p.m.
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