Emily Spivack’s New York Times best-selling book, Worn Stories, is being adapted into a series with the same name. The series is about clothing culture and how it is overlooked without proper attention and how the history of fashion and clothing is often overlooked.
Talk about how the history of clothing or the history of fashion has become extinct with the passage of time and even after being present in an article it does not provide much knowledge or is not factual. The series celebrates and values inspiring cultural struggles and storytellers who have a natural aptitude for their profession.
What is the documentary about?
The documentary that is primarily based on the inside of the fashion industry qualifies to be a great series where every aspect of the series was paid attention to and made to be that perfect. The series is expected to deliver on all of its promises, just as it is, and has thus turned out to be moving, tragic, festive, and most of all fun.
The limited series that will appear on Netflix from April 1 has different episodes that are a proportionate mix of beautiful and precisely animated sequences, archival images and dynamic interviews to bring the captivating stories of the film to life. The episodes are usually surprising and the turn of events is a bit surreal.
The series teaches its viewers to broaden their thinking parameters in ways they never imagined and thereby excessively magnifies and changes the way they think about themselves, their clothing, fashion trends, and trendsetters. It also looks at the human experience one has to go through while working in or out of the fashion industry.
The Spent Stories will be told in other deniably different Netflix Originals, plus it’s a documentary series that makes it stand out from the crowd. The series is a combined work of Tilted Productions and Tilted Productions along with guidance and assistance from Emily Spivack and Jenji Kohan.