The museum is presenting a 70-minute documentary, titled Unzipped, on how designer Isaac Mizrahi planned his 1994 collection. It’s a look at the creative process of fashion with a discussion afterward. (Not moderated by Heidi Klum, unfortunately.) But her fellow supermodels, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss are all in the movie.
Unzipped is part of the exhibition “Chic Chicago: Couture Treasures from the Chicago History Museum,” which opened at the end of September.
The exhibit displays garments from 1861 to 2004, with information about the intriguing women who wore them, and how each design influenced the fashion of the next generation.
Ms. Klum, we say this show is “in.”
Want a sneak peek? Check out this behind-the-scenes video on the museum’s blog.