Beauty icon and former Essence magazine editor Mikki Taylor and fashion historian Cameron Silver recently hosted an invite-only screening of the new documentary film, “Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution” at the Soho House in West Hollywood, Calif.
Among those in attendance for the “Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution” screening, presented by Glo.MSN.com and Coffee Bluff Pictures, included Oscar-winning actress Marisa Tomei, fashion designer and Dior head creative director Raf Simons, actress Tracee Ellis Ross, fashion designer David Meister, actress Garcelle Beauvais, fashion designer Kevan Hall, Decades boutique co-owner Christos Garkinos, fashion designer Magda Berliner, Oscar-nominated actress Jennifer Tilly, fashion designer Juan Carlos Obando, socialite Sutton Stracke, Creative Artists Agency executive Ryan Tarpley, fashion designer Camilla Staerk, celebrity stylist Tanya Gill, play producer Lynn Talbert and others.
“This film is a confluence of my favorite things – fashion, history, New York, Paris, and the project is a labor of love. I am thrilled with the tremendously positive reception from Hollywood’s fashionistas and film influencers. To have their support means so much to me and my team,” said filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper, executive producer and director of “Versailles ’73.”
PHOTOS: Check out photos from the “Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution” screening below.