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Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's (3-May-2013)

Director: Matthew Miele

Writer: Matthew Miele

Keywords: Documentary

Documentary examines the mythos surrounding a famous Manhattan department store.

ABSTRACT
Featuring interviews with a vast array of celebrities, socialites, and "style icons", Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's is an hour-and-a-half-long documentary about the famous Manhattan department store that acts as an infomercial of sorts for those who aren't able to venture out to the fabled favorite of many a fashionista in person.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Giorgio Armani
Fashion Designer
11-Jul-1934   Perfected the '80s power suit
Candice Bergen
Actor
9-May-1946   Murphy Brown
William Fichtner
Actor
27-Nov-1956   Agent Mahone on Prison Break
Tom Ford
Fashion Designer
27-Aug-1961   Influential Gucci designer
Karl Lagerfeld
Fashion Designer
10-Sep-1938   Chanel, Lagerfeld
Susan Lucci
Actor
23-Dec-1946   Erica Kane on All My Children
Isaac Mizrahi
Fashion Designer
14-Oct-1961   Unzipped
Ashley Olsen
Actor
13-Jun-1986   Olsen Twin
Mary-Kate Olsen
Actor
13-Jun-1986   Olsen Twin
Oscar de la Renta
Fashion Designer
22-Jul-1932   Colorful and flirty fashion designer
Nicole Richie
Socialite
21-Sep-1981   The Simple Life
Joan Rivers
Comic
8-Jun-1933   Can we talk?
Diane von Furstenberg
Fashion Designer
31-Dec-1946   Fashion designer

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