This fall’s top fashion films
Raquel Allegra worked with Georgie Greville & Geremy Jasper to produce this dreamlike sequence featuring the California designer’s latest pieces in which “synchronicity and freedom of form and spirit merge in a fluid landscape of creation and evolution.”
Preen Line, the diffusion line from Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi’s famed London label, asked Ed Duffield to make this short film exploring the brand’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection.
Anna Dello Russo’s collaboration with H&M went on sale at the beginning of October, with a lavish Paris Fashion week bash in celebration of the event. The film created to promote the collection of accessories designed by the Italian style icon, was equally extravagant, Anna explaining her tongue in cheek fashion ‘rules’.
Canadian born, Wendy Nichol is a New York City designer famed for her jewelry and accessories. She has recently branched out into womenswear, and shows off her latest collection in this Jodorowsky-inspired, surrealist piece directed by Jess Atkinson.
London jeweler Dominic Jones launched in 2009, immediately winning the acclaim of Anna Wintour. With the clout of the Vogue US editor behind him, his designs have been seen on celebrity fans Beyoncé, Rihanna and Florence Welch, and in 2011 Jones won ‘jewellery designer of the year’ at the ELLE style awards. He worked with filmmaker Ed Duffield on this moody black and white short to show off pieces from his latest collection.
Christophe Lemaire is perhaps better known for his work as creative director of womenswear for the famous Parisian brand Hermès, but the designer also has his own namesake label. Focusing on practical, wearable basics, Lemaire finds luxury in simplicity. The film features his models going about their daily business in Lemaire’s calm universe.