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In a dazzling blend of history, high fashion, and a star-studded cast, Apple TV+ is set to premiere its latest drama series, “The New Look,” on February 14, 2024. Brace yourselves for a captivating journey into the lives of iconic fashion designers Coco Chanel and Christian Dior as they navigate the tumultuous backdrop of World War II.
Dive into the heart of the narrative, where the glittering lights of Paris clash with the shadows of Nazi occupation. Apple promises an enthralling exploration of a pivotal moment in the 20th century, when Christian Dior emerged as a beacon of hope, steering the world back to life through his revolutionary designs. As Dior ascends to the zenith of the fashion realm, Coco Chanel’s status as the reigning queen of fashion hangs in the balance.
“The New Look” is not just a drama; it’s a historical spectacle based on true events. The entire series is filmed against the backdrop of the enchanting streets of Paris, immersing viewers in the authenticity of the era. Leading the cast is the incomparable Juliette Binoche, who steps into the iconic shoes of Coco Chanel, alongside the talented Ben Mendelsohn embodying the legendary Christian Dior. The ensemble cast includes Maisie Williams, John Malkovich, Emily Mortimer, and Claes Bang, promising a visual feast for fashion enthusiasts and history buffs alike.
Crafted by Todd A. Kessler, the creative genius behind “The Sopranos,” “The New Look” will premiere with a bang on Wednesday, February 24, 2024, treating viewers to a triple bonanza of its first three episodes. Subsequent episodes will be unveiled weekly, building the anticipation and excitement until the grand finale on April 3, 2024.
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And the glamour doesn’t end there – rumors are swirling about a second season in the works. Although Apple has not officially confirmed the news, sources suggest that production was initially slated to commence in November 2023. However, the looming shadow of the SAG-AFTRA strike has reportedly cast a delay on the much-anticipated continuation of this spellbinding fashion saga.