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In a riveting clash of creativity and ambition, Apple TV+ unveils the trailer for its upcoming drama series, “The New Look.” Set against the backdrop of Nazi-occupied Paris during World War II, the 10-episode series, created by Todd A. Kessler of The Sopranos and Damages fame, delves into the personal and professional rivalries that shaped the fashion landscape.
Scheduled to stream from February 14, 2024, “The New Look” intricately weaves together the chaos of war with the aspirations of rebuilding Europe. The narrative unfolds as the iconic Coco Chanel, portrayed by Juliette Binoche, faces off against the burgeoning influence of Christian Dior, played by Ben Mendelsohn. The series explores how one fashion reign crumbles amid the destruction of war, giving rise to a new era of beauty and influence crafted by Dior.
Apple describes the series as a captivating exploration of the transformative moment when Paris, under Nazi occupation, reclaimed its role as a global fashion trendsetter. As Dior ascends to prominence with his revolutionary imprint on beauty, Chanel’s status as the world’s preeminent fashion designer hangs in the balance.
The star-studded cast, including Maisie Williams, John Malkovich, Emily Mortimer, Claes Bang, and Glenn Close, brings this gripping tale to life. Filmed exclusively in the enchanting city of Paris, the series promises a visual and narrative feast for fashion enthusiasts and history buffs alike.
Mark your calendars for the debut of “The New Look,” with the first three episodes premiering on February 14, 2024. Subsequent episodes will be released weekly until April 3, 2024, offering audiences a front-row seat to the clash of fashion titans in a war-torn but resurgent Paris. Don’t miss the chance to witness the birth of a new era in the world of style and influence.
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