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THE COLLECTION is a gripping entrepreneurial fable set in France just after the Second World War. An ambitious designer is tasked to restore Paris' supremacy as the haute couture capital. His fresh vision will usher in a new romantic era lifting the post-war gloom and paving the way for optimism and romance. But can this business, spearheaded by two clashing brothers survive meteoric success? Dark secrets threaten to topple this empire at any moment; internal rivalries and betrayals, hateful bargains made to survive the Nazi occupation, and the twisted secret behind the master's success. The staff of the atelier survived one devastating war, but another looms, where personal battles and passionate love stories set family against family and the past against the future. Written by
In episode 3 "The Launch" the song "Quizas, Quizas, Quizas" sung by Celia Cruz plays during the fashion show. "Quizas, Quizas, Quizas" is the Spanish version of "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps" the theme song for the British comedy "Coupling" in which Richard Coyle, Paul Sabine, is a main character. See more »
I really enjoyed this fascinating show. It's beautifully written. It has a terrific cast (especially Richard Coyle, oh and yeah, Tim Reily!) The Paris setting is to die for and the costumes are just magnificent. Who doesn't enjoy all that family drama. The story sucks you right in. Not to mention that is an amazing period piece and really gives you a glimpse into post war Paris, I was truly captivated. I really can not wait to see where season two takes us. Bravo! Hurry up!
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