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A clutch of charming and colour-drenched fashion vids for your pleasure. Kalaidoscopic, shimmering patchworks from Leutton Postle Aw13, Mat Maitland’s illustrative, jungle-fest for Kenzo Resort 13 and Saga Sig’s mesmeric, pastel-hued dreamhouse for Fred Butler AW13
Denim brand MiH has been going since 2005 and I love how it has slowly but consistently grown from a denim-only brand to incorporate other beautiful-but-useful basics. Its Bretons frequently sell out, the oversized shirts are tweaked and repeated season-on-season and every so often you get something simple yet brilliant, like this spring’s washed-out jade boilersuit (above).
Another bonus: this utterly dreamy, Super-8 film. It was shot by the equally super Blue Farrier (you may have come across her blog, JackyBlue. If not, do take a look). Watch below or on Youtube (best viewed in 480p quality mode)…
Warehouse has upped its digital game considerably since relaunching its etail site a few months ago. As well as a much fresher looking site with the full complement of social sharing buttons, the British high street brand has embraced the power of the fashion film.
This sharply observed ‘Christmas SOS’ film, produced to promote its 90-minute delivery service (er – wow), is brilliantly executed and top contender to upstage last year’s Walk Of Shame viral (remember the work of genius from Harvey Nichols?).
Watch and cringe…
How gorgeous is this Chris Floyd film of Waris Ahluwalia for Mr Porter? Those delicious crimson accents at the end…! These films are shot in a couple of hours, with minimal crew and no script. Impressive, no?
This DVF/Current Elliot film by Gia Coppola is sooo cute…
PS… anyone want to take me to the new Francis Ford Coppola hotel in Italy?