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Azzedine Alaïa

Azzedine Alaïa was born in 1940 in Tunisia. He is known for his work on The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007), A View to a Kill (1985) and Vamp (1986). See full bio »


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A View to a Kill
A View to a Kill Costume and Wardrobe Department
Vamp Costume and Wardrobe Department
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 1990 Graffiti Bridge (wardrobe: Jill Jones)
 1986 Désordre (wardrobe: Corinne Dacla)
 1986 Vamp (grace jones' wardrobe)
 1985 A View to a Kill (additional wardrobe: Grace Jones - as Azzedine Alaïa)
 1963 Du mouron pour les petits oiseaux (assistant costume designer)
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 2016 Franca: Chaos and Creation (Documentary)
 2012 Fashion! (TV Series documentary)
- Golden Eighties (2012)
 1998 Undressed: Fashion in the Twentieth Century (TV Series documentary)
- Sex (1998) ... Himself
 1995 Catwalk (Documentary)
 1985 Thierry Mugler (Documentary)
 1984 Mode in France (Documentary)
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 1998 In and Out of Fashion (Documentary)

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A woman is like an actress, she's always onstage. She has to look great to feel good. If she's going to wear clothes by a designer, ... then the clothes should make something happen, something unexpected. The dress has to be part of her, she has to feel it on her body. ... I prefer the woman to be seen rather than the outfit. Her head, her body, her hands -- the garment is there to cover her, to ... See more »


Was named Best Designer of the year in 1985 by the French Ministry of Culture. See more »

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