The film about the last six months of the Paris concept store Colette will be available on demand from Dec. 20.
Virgil Abloh also created limited-edition merchandise for a temporary store marking the release of the “Colette, Mon Amour” documentary.
Kanye West, Virgil Abloh and Pharrell Williams star in the documentary, which will be released in 2020.
The online consumer marketplace is hosting “StockXchange,” a three-day exhibition celebrating the best of French street culture.
The groundbreaking retailer was an early supporter of talents such as Rick Owens and Nicolas Ghesquière, and survived designer musical chairs, a recession and dramatic shifts in consumer behavior.
The shop mines one of the longest-running acts in rock ‘n’ roll.
Frank Ocean, Lewis Hamilton, Victor Cruz and Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli also attended the show, held at the quaint Place Dauphine on Thursday.
Saint Laurent Rive Droite, a concept developed by Anthony Vaccarello, sells everything from Jean Prouvé chairs to designer condoms.
Marco Giami, who managed the Water Bar at Parisian concept store Colette, will open Mar’Co in February.
Knightley stars as the French novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, who ran in the same circles as Coco Chanel.