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Secrets of Celebrity Dressing & Savile Row on Sundance

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Bask in the warm glow of fashion week in the comfort of your own home with The Sundance Channel's Full Frontal Fashion programming. From February 8-14 at 8 p.m. nightly, Sundance will air fashion documentaries — including oldies but goodies like "Ralph Rucci: A Designer and His House," "Seamless," and select episodes of "Signe Chanel." We're especially excited about two TV premieres: "Savile Row," a behind-the-scenes look at London's elite bespoke industry and "The Red Carpet Issue," which chronicles the business of celebrity dressing. Check The Sundance Channel site for scheduling info.