Vogue has finallly released the first trailer for its upcoming fashion documentary “The First Monday In May”. Starring the globally renowned fashion editor Anna Wintour, the documentary focuses on the days leading up to the MET.
Over the years, the star-studded MET Gala (or MET Ball) has become the biggest event in the fashion calendar, attended by the world’s biggest designers and their celebrity muses.
The world premiere of The First Monday in May sees Emmy Award nominated filmmaker Andrew Rossi reunite with Magnolia Pictures to capture Curator-in-Charge of the Costume Institute, Andrew Bolton, as he curates the Chinese-inspired Western fashions exhibition ‘China: Through the Looking Glass’.
The First Monday in May illuminates the debate between fine art, fashion, pop culture and captures the creativity, passion and visionaries behind the exhibition and gala – Andrew Bolton and Anna Wintour’, said Jane Rosenthal, co-founder of the Tribeca Film Festival, and Executive Chair, Tribeca Enterprises. ‘It is an honour to pay tribute to a fellow New York cultural institution on our opening night’.