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This season, a wide diversity of fashion films provided evidence that the genre has matured.
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This season, we saw a wide diversity of fashion films — from a gorgeously animated “Sky Watcher”
from Trussardi to the quirky charm of i-D’s “A-Z of the World’s Top Supermodels”—
evidence that the genre has matured well past its roots in moving fashion editorial and simple behind-the-scenes clips.
But in the end, as in seasons past, humour drove the best results. In our top pick, “Cover Girl,” an American Vogue short introducing the magazine’s February cover, international editor at-large Hamish Bowles instructs writer and actress Lena Dunham on how to pose. With a little help from models past and present, Dunham and Bowles snappily re-enact some of the magazine’s greatest cover poses in what becomes a hilarious dance. The film has been shared over 14,800 times on Facebook and generated such buzz that Vogue released a second video teaching viewers how to do the dance themselves. Apparently, fans also performed the dance for Bowles outside of the fashion shows this season.
Now, without further ado, sit back and enjoy BoF’s Top 10 Fashion Films of the Season. And don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments below.
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Shot live at Orly Ouest airport, Terminal 3, in november 2015
A film by Colin Solal Cardo
Réalisation Son : François Clos et Etienne Pozzo.
Avec Victoire Du Bois
Collaboration mise en scène – (LA)HORDE
Directeur de la photographie : Kanamé Onoyama
Produit par Chryde et Matthieu Buchsenschutz
Nicolas Godin – Basse
Vincent Taurelle – Piano et claviers
Ludovic Bruni – Guitare
Vincent Taeger – Batterie
Équipe technique Nicolas Godin :
Madje Malki – Ingénieur du son
Louis Arlette et Cédric Plancy – Techniciens
Pierre-Alexandre Marie – Régisseur
Opérateur Steadicam – Guillaume Quilichini
Assistant Cam – Arthur Hennequet
Electricien – Laure Boyer
Prise de son : FX Delaby, Etienne Pozzo, Francois Clos,
Mixage , mastering : Etienne Pozzo, Francois Clos,
Montage Son : Marion Papinot
Doublure son : Ondine Benetier
Etalonnage : Muriel Archambaud
Post Production : Royal Post
Maquillage / Coiffure – Anja Slind Flatval
Remerciements stylisme : Hassan / La Petite Fripe
Mlle Du Bois porte des lunettes W/SÜN
Projet et Coordination – Marion Delemazure (Vif) avec Ondine Benetier
Directeur de production : Samuel Bilboulian & Anousonne Savanchomkeo
Régisseur : Jean-Baptiste Arbouch
Chargé de Post-Production : Mateo Lahais
Administrateur : Jonathan André
Management Nicolas Godin :
Marc Tessier du Cros
Label : Because Music
Aéroports de Paris :
Direction de l’aéroport : Franck Mereyde
Direction de la communication : Benjamin Perret
Pôle Opinion : Elise Hermant
Pôle Marque et Design : Dounia Alno
Gestion du projet : Jérôme Landras, Claire Gozlan, Corentin Marsac
Moyens techniques :
Studios d’enregistrement des bruitages – EFAP
Studio de mixage – Stances
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