Fashion films of the week: Vogue, Zoe Hitchen, Hunger

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Mary Nighy for Vogue – Jonnie & Ari 

Actress and director (as well as daughter of the famous Bill) Mary Nighy has created this fun short titled “Jonnie & Ari” for Vogue magazine’s Punk Stories section.

Starring American supermodel Dree Hemingway and Britsh actor Michael Socha (of “This is England” fame), the film explores punk aesthetics with a glamorous edge.

Zoe Hitchen – Patternity 

Starring dancers Carly Blackburn & Miranda Mac Letten and choreographed by Alicia Pattyson, this three-minute film plays around with visual effects and strong monochromatic patterns for an eyecatching spectacle. 

The film was produced for the award-winning Patternity collective (founded by photographer/art director Anna Murray and surface/textiles designer Grace Winteringham), and Hitchen (who has previously worked with Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio fashion as well as Tom Ford and i-D) explores the group’s ideas that “a shared awareness of pattern can positively shape our world.”

Hunger – Crystal Renn

American model Crystal Renn frolicks on the beach with an assortment of inflatable animals including a killer whale and an elephant. What’s not to like? 

The film, titled “Crystal Amaze,” was shot by Rankin on LA’s Zuma Beach, and is set to an intense punk soundtrack.

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