Normally when you get a fashion film you have close-ups of the pretty and very expensive clothes, there is a gorgeous model or actress involved, and generally the narrative is very limited – because really the film is just a way off adding a digital element to the print campaign. Don’t get me wrong, I love a lot of fashion films, but I love that the Mulleavy sisters behind fashion label Rodarte are a more than a little kooky as this 13 minute short film is weird, beautiful and more than a little unexpected. Teaming up with director Todd Cole and production company The
Elle Fanning: Rodarte’s Muse on Nowness.com. I am big fan of Elle Fanning, as with Hailee Steinfeld she really does bring it when hitting the red carpet, so I was so pleased to see her in Todd Cole’s latest video collaboration with Rodarte, The Curve of Forgotten Things. We’ve seen Elle in Rodarte before, in that gorgeous leather skater dress, but what makes this a great video is that she is digging for buried treasure in such a wonderful creation. The film highlights Rodarte’s spring/summer 2011 collection. Seriously gorgeous short film.
OK so I love POP magazine and I love Britney Spears so this cover is like made for me!!! The autumn/winter 2010 cover has been given art direction from Takashi Murakami and he has given Brits the Japanimation treatment. I picked up my copy with her wearing the cute blue leotard, tiara and white wedding veil this week from RD Franks and it is a monster of an issue and it nearly killed me rushing back across London in my lunch hour. This is another great get for Dasha Zhukova and I love the glossy feel of this cover and