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Directors: Marcin Kempski & Maciek Dąbrowski
Director of Photography: Marcin Kempski
Editors: Marcin Kempski & Tomasz Widarski
Models: Mateusz Farenholc / D'vision, Filip Jankowski / AMQ Models, Michał Janusz / Panda Models, Michał Słowikowski / Rebel Models
Production: Konrad Parol & Aga Byczot
Set Design: Bartosz Tobiasz Kujawa
Make up & Hair: Agnieszka Hodowana, Weronika Piechota
Assistant of Director: Grzegorz Skoneczny
Music: Laurent Juillet
We brought the country to the city. To revive the grey concrete, to break the routine and give you a moment to reflect on what we are and where we are going. Sometimes surprises just happen and we have no influence over them but we do have influence over our perception. How ready are you to accept whatever life throws at you with a smile?
Kut is a Riga based creative collective consisting of filmmakers, musicians, artists, politicians and cats.
"JOY" is a celebration of summer. Luminous colors, subtile prints. The blending of the earth and the sky, a reminiscence of magical holidays, where profound feelings like innocence, joyfulness prevail. The components used for this Fresh and classy collection are resin, textiles, chains, metals golden with fine gold.
Designs :Odélie Chan
Model: Coralie Jouhier
Photographer: Fabien Keli
Make-Up: Anne Pagis
My collection is inspired by the poems of Clementina Suarez, my great aunt, Honduran poet. Her poems deal with love, sensuality, melancholy, darkness ... These elements I have mixed with my fascination with flowers, and I think that fusion is "Lamentos en el aire" title that I borrowed from a poem by Clementina.
Film by: Dulcinea Studios
Starring: Nadina Franco
Make-up: Marina Rosich
Music: Death in Vegas
Videographer: Emild Fauzi Turniawan
Editor: Andres Suliano
Stylist: Rajasa Pramesywara
Models: Samantha @21mm, Giovanny Guerrero @21mm
Make Up: Tia Dewi
Photographer: Michael Cools
Eyewear: Bonniedegio Courto
This season designer Cristina Sabaiduc, used rock salts to grow crystal formations on feathers, focusing on the materials stark tactile contrasts. In collaboration with artist Jo Holland, the subjects were exposed to light & colour in the darkroom before recording onto photographic paper to create a range of delicate, yet dynamic images that will become the SS13 seasonal print. To illustrate this process, a time-lapse film is used to capture the growth of the crystals and the crystallization of the feathers over a period of several weeks. The resulting footage is then mapped via projection into a studio environment and across a model, dressed in the lightest versions of the current collection and filmed in full colour 3D. The set design, styling, props and makeup have all been designed to reflect the organic yet scientific nature of the collection via the medium of 3D film. The film is a commentary on the abstract dematerialization or spiritualization of the subjects, as matter transforms into energy. Furthermore, it explores the relationships between a garment, it’s wearer, and one’s perception of the external world.
Directing, Producing, Editing and Idea Development: Alex Andreev, Olya Sukhotinskaya
Camera: Ira Svetlichnaja
Model: Nadya Maschic
Music written by Bauhaus, perfomed by Nouvelle Vague
Additional Sound Edditing: Paul Charnavskiy
Make-up: Kate Sharma, Ola Sukhotinskaya
Special Thanks: Dima Martynov, Dasha Kamyshanova, Sasha Magalev, Vanya Druzhinin, Zhenja Stankevich, Olya Halaidzhi.
Shoot and post production by Really Creative Media
Director: Jack Henry James
Director of photography & colourist: William H. W. Read
Production manager: Nick Dew
Music courtesy of Fire Farm
RHLS designers R. Mackswell Sherman and Sarah Jones leapt into the future delivering Watermelonworld, a collection conceptually light years ahead of .. everything. Up until now, Sherman and Jones have been known for their geometry-heavy garments, executed pieced-work style to sort of resemble "prints." For Spring/Summer 2013 RHLS allowed shape to move 360 degrees around the body without any background material.. A Rhombus acts as a shoulder strap on a tank top, obtuse triangle wraps under the arm to connect with Equilateral, beams shoot from equilateral across the hips to flatter and evolve the interaction of garment and form. Its a collection consisting entirely of interweaving, trellace like cut-out geometric bodies.
Computer Graphics Technician: Eli Heuer
Screenplay/Director: R. Mackswell Sherman
Photography: Jena Cumbo
MUA: Jessie Sung
Cast: Colin Self (SSION), Alexandra Drewchin JR (Guardian Alien), Tucker Rountree (Total Slacker), Heidi Beth Ferrell (Rain Machine)
Music: GDFX (Greg Fox of Guardian Alien, Dan Deacon)
Atarashii Shimada headpiece from Niels Peeraer AW'12
Summer Rayne Oakes plays the Tigress, and the unstoppable Hunter is Yrsa Daley-Ward. While the Tigress is living freely and unbound climbing on ancient ruins, hanging out in dive bars, and racing quad bikes in the desert the Hunter is in hot pursuit, observing from a distance, tracking her every move, with a golden gun.
What will happen when the two warrior women finally meet?
Collection & Jewellery: Ada Zanditon & Luca Romanyi
Director: Thomas Knights
Many thanks to Terry, Liz & Celeste (Exposure).
Styling: Alexis Knox
Shoes: Terry de Havilland
Makeup: Mika Johnson of Illamasqua
Hair: Christian Landon
Sunglasses: Cutler & Gross
Hair Assistant: Hermes Pittakos Cast
Assistants: Stefani & Panayota
Music: Sebastian Bartz
Sound Design: Sonny Williamson
Summer Rayne Oakes as The Tigress
Yrsa Daley: Ward as The Hunter
Andreas Siaxinos as The Rider
A film by Julia Kaldy featuring Zola Jesus inspired by Julia Kaldy's special shoe collection for Zola Jesus.
Director: Dávid Merényi
Production: Zoltán Pálmai
Cinematography: Bálint Nagy, Dániel Szőke
Editor: Olivér Pócsik, Viktor Vajda
Colorist: Zoltán Várfoki - Umbrella
Music: Zola Jesus - Hikikomori
Special thanks to A38 Budapest, Umbrella Post Production Hungary, Sparks Hungary, SoundKitchen.hu