17. April 2012 17:15
Gia Coppola has directed yet another original short fashion film, this time for the DVFCurrent/Elliott collaboration.The 60’s inspired fashion film stars Tracy Antonopoulos, a young screenwriter in Hollywood struggling to find inspiration. Narrated by Aubrey plaza, this quirky tale perfectly correlates with Diane Von Furstenburg’s collaboration with Current/Elliott, which features eye popping colours and vintages floral prints. We absolutely love the narrative voice in this piece, as Gia’s natural talent and cinematic influences take us through atheatrical journey in less than five minutes.
55DSL has joined forces with the young director David Altobelli to create a short fashion film “Roma” for their Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Founded in Italy in 1994 as an experimental spin-off of the popular Diesel brand, 55DSL is capturing a fresh young attitude by collaborating with some of the world’s most creative and progressive directors.LA-based David Altobelli has just been signed to TheDirectors Bueau – Roman Coppola’s boutique production company that only represents 16 directors! This beautiful, evocative piece follows a young couple as they explore the outskirts of Rome.
A beautiful woman in delicate cotton basics wonders across the forests and fields of Victoria, Australia where she discovers an empty cottage. Liam Gilmour, Peter Ryle and Tomas Frimi have come together to create this beautiful imagery for the Melbourne brand Obus in their Winter 2012 fashion film “The Traveller.” This piece truly takes the viewer on a journey of escapism and perfectly convey the soft shapes and clean fabrics of the collection.
Luxury brand Alfred Dunhill brought London to life in Shanghai as it unveiled the latest menswear collection. A group of models stood on a stage made to look like Trafalgar Square as a projection sequence simulated the four seasons experienced throughout the year. Over one thousand guests were present at the holographic spectacle, which also included specially created scents for each season in order to obtain a full sensory experience! So open your window (because if you're in London, it's probably raining right now) and check out the video: