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Diane Pernet & Bruno Pieters: To Be Honest

Contemporaries and fashion revolutionaries Diane Pernet and Bruno Pieters move through their natural habitat as they discuss what it takes to have an honest approach to fashion.

If you go to a fashion show in Paris there is one woman that you will notice for sure: Diane Pernet. Rather than She doesn’t adopt every trend around but created her consistent very own “shaded black“ look. Born in Washington D.C. Pernet was a fashion designer in New York in the 1980s, created costumes for movies and amongst others worked as a fashion editor for Elle and Vogue. The writer and founder of A Shaded View On Fashion Film Festival lives full of passion for good movies and real fashion. Her entourage includes the most talented filmmakers and designers of our time. Get to know Pernet’s world at A Shaded View on Fashion.

Diane Pernet by Miguel Villalobos

Bruno Pieters was born as Bruno Peters in Brügge in 1977 and graduated from the Antwerp Royal Academy in 1999. After working at the fashion houses of Martin Margiela and Christian Lacroix, Pieters was announced art director of Hugo Boss in 2008. When his contract ended he decided to take a one-year sabbatical in South India, a break that profoundly affected his personal philosophy and his thinking about fashion. With his label Honest by, he opts for a new honest approach. From pricing to fabrics, from production to ­sales – a total transparency comes in place. The idiosyncratic Diane Pernet meets her match in Bruno Pieters—a contemporary and idol. Directed by Katharina Kowalewski, the film follows the pair through their natural habitats as they discuss what it takes to have a revolutionary approach to fashion. Get to know Honest by here.

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Contemporaries and fashion revolutionaries Diane Pernet and Bruno Pieters move through their natural habitat as they discuss what it takes to have an honest approach to fashion.