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Alexander McQueen isn’t the only designer getting the movie treatment this year. A new documentary, titled Dries, is putting the spotlight on Belgian designer Dries Van Noten.

According to WWD, the film will highlight the designer’s 25-year-long career in the fashion industry. Dries will showcase the designer’s atelier and home while following his production of four collections a year. Along with Van Noten, the film will also include interviews with industry insiders like Iris Apfel, Suzy Menkes and Pamela Golbin.

Dries Van Noten at his Spring 2017 show. Photo: Getty

The documentary will be distributed by Dogwoof Pictures and was produced by Reiner Holzemer, who followed the designer around for a year. Holzemar revealed that getting Van Noten to participate in the film took some convincing, though:

“It took me a very long time to convince Dries to share his passions, his creative and intimate world in front of a camera. I followed him for a whole year, and I think I came as close to him and his world as it is possible. I hope the result is a very personal insight into his life and career.”

While there’s no official release date yet, Dries is expected to debut in 2017.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US

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