Begun under the direction of Tony Richardson and completed by director Berry Gordy, the film stars Ross as an aspiring black fashion designer who gets her big break from sleazy fashion photographer Perkins. During her rise to fame and fortune Ross's affections go from Perkins to rich
Italian Aumont, but she eventually returns to poor but sincere Williams, who loved her before she was famous. The one redeeming aspect of this film is the theme song "Do You Know Where You're Going To" by Gerry Goffin and Michael Masser, which was nominated for an Oscar and went on to become a big
hit for Ross.