Palace Nova Eastend Is Hosting An Exclusive Viewing Of The New Alexander McQueen Documentary

Palace Nova Eastend Cinema is presenting an exclusive viewing of ‘McQueen’, a documentary highlighting the inspiring career of the iconic fashion rebel.

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Inspiring, tortured, revolutionary – these are just some of the words that describe ground-breaking fashion visionary Alexander McQueen.

The story of this iconic artist’s journey from the harsh mean streets of London to the posh ranks of the high fashion world is not one easily told.

Director Ian Bonhote and co-director/writer Peter Ettedgui have now produced ‘McQueen’, an in-depth look back at the remarkable life of the couture rebel.

As a part of Vogue Festival in the East End, Palace Nova East Cinema will be presenting an exclusive viewing of the insightful documentary on October 18.

Guests will enjoy a glass of prosecco on arrival, before settling in for the night to enjoy the unmissable documentary viewing.

The film explores a personal look at the extraordinary life, career and artistry of Alexander McQueen, utilising exclusive interviews with his closest relatives, uncovered archives, superb visuals and music to help tell the story.

An authentic portrait of one of the most iconic names to ever grace the global couture scene, ‘McQueen’ is an unmissable celebration of fashion that truly represents the raw and sometimes savage creative process of the visionary designer.

This exciting event is one of many featured on the Vogue Festival in the East End calendar for 2019, which is set to run from October 18 – 19.

The two-day festival will also feature pop-ups, insta-moments and live music, transforming Rundle Street and Ebenezer Place into absolute must-visits for the weekend.

To buy tickets for the McQueen viewing, click here.

To view the full Vogue Festival in the East End schedule, click here.

MCQUEEN EVENT DETAILS

Date: Friday 18 October, 2019

Time: Movie commences at 9pm

Location: Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas, 3 Cinema Place, Adelaide

Ticket Cost: $12 General Admission, $10 Movie Club Member

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