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Documentaries about fashion and industry mysteries are all the rage these days, recently explored in films such as “Valentino,” “The September Issue,” and “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s.” “The First Monday in May” continues the journey, but for this round of appreciation, director Andrew Rossi tries to find a way into the artistic process, endeavoring to spotlight the struggles and anxiety that come with the recent consideration of fashion as high art, and not just decoration. “The First Monday in May” isn’t the most focused feature around, but it does manage to grab a peek behind the curtain, observing the herculean effort required to pull off the Met Gala every year. Read the rest at


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