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20 Apr

Calvin Klein’s Underwear S/S17 Campaign Proves That Age is Just A Number

Calvin Klein Underwear latest campaign celebrates women all of ages ranging from 18 to 73. It captures them real women, confident in their own skin relaying sweet memories and tells tales of stolen first kisses. Filmmaker Sofia Coppola handpicked the cast featuring Kirsten Dunst, Rashida Jones, Nathalia Love, Laura Harrier, Maya Thurman-Hawke, daughter of Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman, and Chase Sui Wonders, Anna Sui’s niece. Coppola wanted to move away from the typical lingerie ad by portraying the women as raw, real and cool.  Sophia noted: “I think they relate to me, and to the camera, in a different way — they’re not so much like goddesses; they’re more approachable.” Take a look at our top five short films below of the black-and-white “vignettes...
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17 Apr

Lessons in Transformative Dressing from Muriel’s Wedding

1994 Australian comedy-drama Muriel’s Wedding is every bit as bittersweetly poignant as you remember. Toni Colette stars as Muriel Heslop, a native of dead-end town Porpoise Spit with very questionable morals and dreams of one day having a fairytale wedding of her own. Swept up by her outgoing friend Rhonda, the film follows Muriel as she moves to Sydney with money stolen from her parents – questionable morals coming into play here – and changes her name to Mariel. It would be a mistake, however, to assume that the movie is all theft, fun and games. Muriel’s rollercoaster journey includes being rejected by the cruel girls she’s admired since high school, more money-thieving, helping Rhonda through cancer, and the repercussions...
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5 Apr

WATCH: Tommy Hilfiger’s roller girls hit the streets of LA


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

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27 Mar

Calvin Klein SS17

Since Raf Simons was appointed at the helm of Calvin Klein, the New York brand gained back it’s ’90s height of cool’ reputation purely by association with the cult designer. Now that Simons has one season under his belt, he is making sure to align himself with some more promising young talents. For the SS17 campaign he chose Julian Klincewicz, a multi-talented creative, to direct a video series featuring some of his latest muses. The filmmaker, photographer, skater and author has already been selected by a variety of fashion labels for collaborations, including Eckhaus Latta and Gosha Rubchinskiy. The Cast introduces us to the young models by name and location alongside chopped-up and distorted slo-mo visuals. The dream-like sequence of clips is accompanied by a...
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22 Mar


In a time when catwalks and campaigns are filled with various Hadids, curating a cast that feels both unique and on-brand is rarer than ever. Thankfully, London Fashion Week favourites Marques’Almeida have made it their goal to buck this monotonous trend. For the past three seasons, Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida have chosen to present their youthful collections on friends, colleagues and muses – including SLEEK contributing Stylist Tess Yopp. The same goes for the newly released SS17 campaign imagery, where the team gathered the “MA girls” together for a laid-back group photoshoot, without any hair and makeup fuss, to capture the relaxed, friendly spirit of the label. “The shoot is more about fun and being together” revealed the press release, and to maintain...
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20 Mar

Lessons in Love and Style from This New Wave French Film

The sixth and final of Éric Rohmer’s moral tales series – a set of fable-like cinematic works conceived during the midst of the 1960s sexual revolution before becoming an art house favourite in the 1970s – Love in the Afternoon (1972) is a portrayal of our problematic relationship with, well, monogamous relationships. Frédéric, a successful lawyer, is married to the lovely schoolteacher Hélène and lives a happily bourgeoisie and relatively quiet life in Paris. However, a sense of discontent stirs in his loins and Frédéric finds himself fantasising over the various women passing him by on the streets of the city, imagining a magical amulet hanging round his neck that can persuade these women to fall under an amorous spell...
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20 Mar

Watch the Trailer for Fendi’s New Marie Antoinette-Inspired Featurette

Fendi has released a teaser for its upcoming featurette Girl’s Secret, starring French actress Sigrid Bouaziz. The film takes a look at the brand’s SS17 and Pre-Fall collections through the lens of Parisian director Rebecca Zlotowski, who depicts a contemporary version of Marie Antoinette on a night out with friends. The Italian fashion house’s SS17 collection was largely inspired by the infamous Queen of France, and the Petit Trianon (one of the her favourite places in the grounds of Versailles). Comprising the cast and crew for this short film is a group of seriously talented women. For starters, you might recognise leading lady Bouaziz from her role as Lara in Personal Shopper, the 2016 winner of Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival. Additionally, Zlotowski is the woman...
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16 Feb

Make Love Not Walls – Diesel debut anti-division campaign

With Nike announcing their ‘Equality’ campaign earlier this week, it seems that brands are set on using the power of their platforms to challenge the world’s division. Yesterday, Diesel premiered their new campaign ‘#makelovenotwalls’, directed by esteemed fashion photographer David LaChapelle. The campaign focuses on breaking the barriers that divide us, with the metaphoric wall becoming literal as models leap across to each other. The debuting of such a powerful message comes at a time where many of us are questioning, quite frankly, just what the hell is going on in the world. Without dwelling too much on Trump and his proposed wall, we can all afford to be reminded of the importance of loving one another while aiming to banish hate and discrimination. Artistic director Nicola Formichetti explains:...
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14 Feb

Miu Miu Debuts Chloë Sevigny’s Latest Film

Chloe Sevigny

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

Miu Miu : Women’s Tales No. 13


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11 Dec

Stella Maccatney’s New Fashion Film Takes Place At a Creepy Clown Motel & Graveyard


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.

Showcasing the brand's resort and inaugural men's collections, the end result is what would happen if you set American Horror Story in the '40s...
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