Following my previous post in here, about Top 10 Beauty Campaign Films that Miss. Giuseppina Lara from Intituto Marangoni told us at “Fashion & Future” workshop from JFW at Ministry of Trade. Now I want to share about Top 10 Fashion Brand Campaign Films.
A short movie directed by Anjelica Huston and Starring by Felicity Jones and Jack Davenport. The film, Haven’t We Met Before, which promotes Donna Karan’s new hosiery range, Evolution, is based on a romantic interlude between a couple played by Felicity Jones and Jack Davenport, focusing on those all important legs.
Exclusive short film directed by Guy Ritchie to celebrate the launch of the updated David Beckham Bodywear for H&M collection.
The video, which is the T by Alexander Wang spring campaign, follows Bon Qui Qui while working (for one day) at the Alexander Wang store in Soho.
Lanvin Creative Director Alber Elbaz gives feedback on the brand’s new campaign via a Skype video call for their spring/summer video. According to sources, the inspiration for the editorial came from Elbaz’s inability to actually be in New York City for the various shoots because of Hurricane Sandy. In a true “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade” spirit, Lanvin continues to be a luxury fashion house with a sense of humor.
Provocations campaign film starring True Blood’s Alexander Skarsgård. This short film was directed by Fabien Baron and features the music “Og Lengra” composed by Olafur Arnalds.
Created alongside celebrated fashion photographer Jacob Sutton, this short film showcases Spring 2013 Men’s collection in flight, on real life battling ‘Trickers’ Jason Mello and Micah Karns.
A film by Willy Vanderperre – “Underpass.” Set underneath a highway system, or underpass, the Dior Homme film explores the fall of a man and his ability to return, upright, back into his world. Look for Dior Homme styled suiting in shaed red, blues, and grey.
The short film features performances by ten women: Eva, Irene, Irina, Kirsten, Maartje, Raquel, Sasha, Saskia, Sung Hee & Vanessa. Ten Women, Dahlia, Peony, Tiger Lily and the Tall Poppy; just some of the mysterious flowers that bloom in Prada’s secret garden. Each in possession of her own distinct identity, the women are witnesses to an unknown mystery.
Dance, sparkle, glow! Featuring Bee Gees song, starring models Coco Rocha and Liisa Winkler. The Canadian catwalk stars shake things up at JFK airport when they start dancing to the Bee Gees while going through security and turns a basic airport security check into a danceathon as she shows off her moves.
So, which one is your favorite campaign films?