Tommy Hilfiger's trip to the West Coast for its Spring see-now-buy-now collection in February felt like an inevitable pilgrimage for a brand whose first store was opened in Beverly Hills. The all American red-white-and-blue vision that has become synonymous with Tommy Hilfiger feels particularly at home in the balmy climes and palm tree-lined boulevards of the Golden State and, in a new video featuring the Spring 2017 collection, this image has been brought to life.
Watch the video below, where Tommy's roller squad take to the streets of LA for a sunny day of candy-floss eating, muscle beach-invading hijinks:
From-The Love magazine
For their Women’s Tales short film series, Miu Miu has asked Chloë Sevigny to direct a short film dealing with femininity in the 21st century. Sevigny chose to portrait stand-up comedienne Carmen Lynch within the neon-lit nighttime surroundings of Portland. The beautiful featurette provides an intimate view into how she deals with the insecurities caused by looks, dreams and absurd mating rituals by relentlessly poking fun at them. Carmen is the 13th movie from the ongoing series which includes short films by directors such as Zoe Cassavetes, Angès Varda and Miranda July.
You can watch Chloë Sevigny’s entire short film here
If high-fashion clown motels and graveyards are your thing, then good news: Stella McCartney has a new short film for you.
Titled The Uncanny Valley, the mini fashion film is the first of the brand's new editorial series called "#StellaBy" in which artists are invited to reinterpret collections. Directed by surrealist artist Philippa Price, the film is a psychedelic (and creepy) trip through the Nevada desert making stops at a graveyard and Clown Motel, which is located in an area that served as a nuclear testing site in the 1940s.