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Fashion Meets Architecture – NOWNESS

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Fashion Meets Architecture, a monochromatic fashion tale plays out in a four-fold Brutalist scene by NOWNESS.

Constructed Views: Ode

A monochromatic fashion tale plays out in a four-fold Brutalist scene in a collaboration between Los Angeles-based filmmaker and photographer Eliot Lee Hazel—known for his mysterious and cinematic visuals for the likes of Thom Yorke and Beck—and creative director Petecia Le Fawnhawk.

“In this film, imagery that is simultaneously epic and poetic combines to produce an intimate portrayal of a symbolic central figure,” says British-born Hazel.

“The protagonist—played by model Annie Montgomery—is isolated in an otherworldly universe. She wanders alone through a barren and lifeless landscape as she carries with her the tree of life.”

Read more on NOWNESS – https://www.nowness.com/series/constructed-views/ode-eliot-lee-hazel

 

NOWNESS is a movement for creative excellence in storytelling celebrating the extraordinary of every day. Launched in 2010, NOWNESS’ unique programming strategy has established it as the go to source of inspiration and influence across art, design, fashion, beauty, music, food, and travel. Our curatorial expertise and award-winning approach to storytelling is unparalleled. We work with exceptional talent, and both established and emerging filmmakers which connect our audience to emotional and sensorial stories designed to provoke inspiration and debate.

NOWNESS launched a Chinese-language site in 2012 and since 2013 videos are available in up to 10 languages including English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish and Russian (just turn on Subtitles on our player).

More: https://www.nowness.com

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