If you haven’t seen the video for the latest Louis Vuitton show yet, please check it out. It looks like Ralph Lauren wasn’t then only designer influenced by Downton Abbey. Marc Jacobs had a real live locomotive come out on a railroad track. Then the models walked out of the train one by one. Each model was also followed by her own designated porter who carried her Louis Vuitton luggage. I also wonder if Marc and Miuccia Prada had a talk before this show season and discussed designing similar boxy, chunkaliscous platform shoes…
My mom and I cannot wait for the Missoni for Target collection. We are super duper excited! I mean who doesn’t love the idea of getting Missoni for less…much less than it normally would cost you? This video shows you some of the cool items up for sale. September 13th can’t come soon enough.
Directed by Will Davidson
Music by New Look
Cut & Graded by SWELL
Directed by Drew Reilly
Music by Tony Castles, Courtesy of Famous Class Records
Cut and Graded by SWELL
I love this video for Marie Claire featuring Noot Seear. I love the whole fantasy element of this video. I hope this clip makes your day.
Check out the dance moves of these models in the new Prada SS11 Campaign video. The video looks pretty good, even though Prada lacks diversity again. What do you think?
I would have posted this video last week, but I was on total holiday mode. I think the Carmakoma video is visually stunning and has an amazing message. I think the message is great for woman of all sizes, even though it is coming from a plus size clothing line. How many times have we been judged by the little number inside our clothes? It is ridiculous. Check out this awesome video.
Boost your carma Size is a number – confidence is a choice
Carmakoma’s new film ”Boost your carma” is a vivid illustration of the curvy woman of today. Check it out here!
”The main character in the film is like the carmakoma woman. She feels free in her body, uninhibited by other people’s opinions. With an understated decadence she is playing with the forbidden showing her bold femininity and her urge for life in a sophisticated and extremely sexy manner,” says Heidie Lykke and Angelica Weiss, the two women behind carmakoma.
The film is created as a visual collage with a boost of feelings, states of mind, actions and expressions. The carmakoma woman likes challenges and to explore herself. However, she finds calmness and strength from inside. All of these qualities makes her beauty radiate. The gorgeous styles on her body establishes a balance between her inner and outer expression og you are not in doubt about her identity. She is a pioneer who is not afraid to use her femininity in her stride forwards. Like a modern Marilyn Monroe
In a celebration of the curvy woman the film is inspired by Helmuth Newton’s classical and iconic fashion frames and an observing and sensual camera posture like the filmic portrait of “the perfect human” by the Danish film maker Jørgen Leth.
Celebrating the breathtaking imagination and groundbreaking designs of Lee Alexander McQueen, the latest fashion film by Nick Knight pays tribute to McQueen’s sensational creations, stellar career, and most importantly to the man himself. Directed by Knight and set to an exclusive soundtrack by Björk, the film is featured online at SHOWstudio.com.