Atelier, on Netflix, stitches up the fashion industry in decidedly Japanese style. Photo: Handout Atelier, on Netflix, stitches up the fashion industry in decidedly Japanese style. Photo: Handout
Atelier, on Netflix, stitches up the fashion industry in decidedly Japanese style. Photo: Handout
Stephen McCarty
Opinion

Opinion

What a view by Stephen McCarty

From Karl Lagerfeld and Ralph Lauren to catwalk competitions and industry exposés – the best of fashion on TV

  • A round-up of the best style offerings on screen, from Lagerfeld’s glamorous life to gritty documentaries that investigate the industry’s damaging impacts
  • Young designers sharpen their elbows and their talents in two shows: Netflix’s Next in Fashion and Amazon Prime’s Making the Cut

Atelier, on Netflix, stitches up the fashion industry in decidedly Japanese style. Photo: Handout Atelier, on Netflix, stitches up the fashion industry in decidedly Japanese style. Photo: Handout
Atelier, on Netflix, stitches up the fashion industry in decidedly Japanese style. Photo: Handout
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