," said the Harvard Law alum."Anna has been working with the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for many years," he said.
"The confluence between Anna and Met head curator Andrew Bolton, as they come together to create the Costume Institute Gala, navigating that, it was a challenge to take on." The result is Rossi's documentary The First Monday in May, a telling look at the enormous effort, man hours and creativity that goes into producing the annual Met Gala and Costume Institute exhibition - the fashion industry's most illustrious night out, held on the first Monday of every May.
The relationship between Anna and Andrew is a very supportive one, they get on," he said. While at face value, the seemingly frivolous world of high fashion may strike many as a diversion from his usual subjects, it doesn't take long to discover that the film is much more than a fashion documentary.
Then, of course, there was that little novel-turned-film she inspired, "The Devil Wears Prada." Need we say more? Victoria Beckham Posh's propensity for pouting is just one reason the fashion designer has gotten a cold reputation.
On the other hand, the rep might be entirely blown out of proportion (we've met the model ourselves and can attest to her good nature). Joan Rivers Can you think of anyone else more feared by red carpet goers?
The "Fashion Police" host not only raises eyebrows for her always edgy jokes, but she also has rubbed more than a few people the wrong way.
The fashion world isn't exactly known for playing nice.
Industry insiders are constantly the source of gossip, whether it be a feud, snobbery or your run-of-the-mill controversy.