By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist October 28, 2013 at 11:31AM
While nearly every pocket of Martin Scorsese's career has been well-documented and is available to view in some form or another, the filmmaking legend still has some corners of his work that are a bit more difficult to seek out. But thanks to the age of the interwebs, one of his one off projects that currently isn't available on home video can now be streamed, that is until some copyright thug decides to take it town.
"Made In Milan" is a 1990 documentary short by Scorsese about fashion maven Giorgio Armani. The 20-minute film, penned by Jay Cocks ("Gangs Of New York," "The Age Of Innocence," "Mean Streets"), was produced by the mogul's fashion company and explores the history and philosophy of Armani before capping off with the man at work at a fashion show.
This project is just one part of an ongoing partnership between Armani and Scorsese. The company is one of the backers behind the director's World Cinema Foundation. For his part, Scorsese even directed an ad for Armani. And we've included it below along with the complete "Made In Milan." [via Styleite]