Committed to Modelling.
Amidst all the crazyness during NYFW, somehow Casey Brooks managed to bring the top NYFW models together to create this highly emotive and energetic film, aptly titled, Committed.
The film brings to mind how fashion week can be a huge mess for these models. Day in day out, it’s one show after the other and the film encapsulates the rigidity of their days but also shows the looseness of their expressions. After all, in the most literal sense they are Committed.
Featuring some top supermodels like Yuri Pleskun, River Viiperi, Alexander Beck, Wang Xiao, and Kelly Mittendorf, the film was made for Models.com.
Since we all love some behind the scenes action, I couldn’t possibly deny you that joy.
H&M Lookbook A/W 2011
With H&M opening in Singapore, you just have to watch these videos.
Films to indulge in.
For when you’re ill and refuse to move or when it’s one of those days spent lazing around. This was exactly what I did when I fell ill last week. I will edit this post again with personal thoughts and inspirations i got from then when school assignments are over and done with.
Till then, trust me and watch these films if you can get them.
Marie Antoinette, 2006
Blow Up, 1966
Funny Face, 1956
I admire these ladies for being fabulous throughout the ages. After all, fashion is not exclusive. It’s for the kids as much as it’s for the old. Don’t stop dressing up simply because you’re old. Age is not an excuse.
This is not a suit - Film by Adrien Sauvage
“There is only the designer and his design”
The Colour of the Night by Fabien Baron
The film shot by Fabien Baron along with musician, Karen Elson features Giorgio Armani’s La Femme Bleue Beauty collection.
- The indigo robes of the Tuareg Saharan Tribe.
Quite an interesting take coming from the designer himself.
This film was shot exclusively for Interview Magazine, so you view the entire film here.
BOF founder Imran Khan talks to Gareth Pugh on Fashion films. Yesterday, in Paris he presented his A/W 2011 collection in a fashion show, a first since March 2010.
Are fashion films the future?
Gareth Pugh x Ruth Hogben Pitti 2011 Film
Gareth Pugh’s enticing short film based on a collection that was inspired by religious iconography. This is for you to enjoy (or keep you company) while I pack for my Berlin trip!