'Versailles 73,' Documentary About the Most Epic Walk-Off of All Time, Opens in New Cities!
Earlier this fall, an amazing documentary called Versailles '73 opened in theaters in New York. It chronicled a historic fashion event hosted at Versailles, outside of Paris, in 1973, where five great American designers—Halston, Bill Blass, Anne Klein, Oscar de la Renta, and Stephen Burrows—were pitted agained five great French designers—Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Cardin, Emanuel Ungaro, Hubert de Givenchy, and Christian Dior—in what was the biggest (and possibly most historically important) fashion walk-off of all time (you can read more about it here).
This month (and next!) the film will travel to other cities—namely Los Angeles (October 26th to November 1st), Atlanta (October 29th to October 31st) and Chicago (November 7th and 8th, 16th to 19th)—as well as screen at Toronto Fashion Week in Canada on October 20th.
Want to see the film in a city near you? Here's the schedule. Tickets are available to book now. And check out the film trailer, below!
Los Angeles: October 26 - November 1
Music Hall 3 - Laemmie Theatres Beverly Hills
9036 Wilshire Blvd. - 310-478-3836
Atlanta: October 29-31
Landmark Midtown Arts Cinema
931 Monroe Drive - 678-495-1424
Chicago: November 7-8
Black World Cinema Festival, ICE Theaters
November 7th at 7 p.m. in Lawndale - 773-236-8423
November 8th at 7 p.m. in Chatham 14 - 773-892-3204
Chicago: November 16-19
AMC Loews 600
600 North Michigan Avenue - 312-255-9347
Have you seen Versailles '73 already? Tell us what you thought of it, in the comments section below.