It seems to be a new trend in Fashionland to make short movies to introduce a product, and the use of iconic actresses to do so. Think of Audrey Tautou for Chanel, Marion Cotillard for Dior and now Christina Ricci for Donna Karan.
Why do Baptiste Giabiconi and Lara Stone get to rob Chanel stores and stay unpunished? It ain’t fair! But fun to look at.
Karl Lagerfeld directed this short film named ‘Vol de Jour’ (Theft of the day, TD). It’s like a modern version of Bonnie & Clyde, but robbing Chanel stores instead of banks.
If your idea of staying in for the weekend (we are because it’s snowing and freezing outside!), is watching fashion-related DVD’s, reading magazines and books about fashion and strolling around YouTube looking for ‘fashionable vids’, then welcome to the club.
The world leaders don’t seem to have come to an agreement at the climate top in Copenhagen. Meanwhile, the gletsjers are still melting, sea-levels keep rising, coral reefs are dissapearing… Some supermodels thought they might help by making this video. Who said political issues couldn’t be sexy? Hopefully it does create some awareness, not only for the world leaders but also for the rest of world population. It surely made us think about the subject…
Sometimes you wonder what’s left of fashion in fashion photography. Where nudity and sexuality was often presented in an artful way, nowadays it tends to tickle the boundaries of soft porn.
Imagine being a 13-year old and already being invited to New York Fashion week, where everyone is blown away by your precociousness, and your fresh look on fashion that comes along with that. It wouldn’t have been possible in our younger days when the internet did not exist yet.
Stay put at 23.00 CET tommorrow, because that’s when Sonia Rykiel’s collection for H&M Live from Paris, will be shown online.
It took some preparation to build the setting of a wonderwood filled with colourful mushrooms and big balloons at the Grand Palais, as we can see on this video.