Fashion films we love

Discover a world of richness, attitude and energy from BALMAIN x H&M. A modern collection for both men and women, H&M x BALMAIN fuses classic French couture with urban chic and feautures the Balmain signatures of craftsmanship, strong silhouettes and covetable fabrics. See more at

A film featuring a glipmse of Icelandic fashion Premiered at the Reykjavik Fashion Festival 2011 Directed by Thorbjörn Ingason & Ellen Loftsdóttir for Styled by Ellen Loftsdóttir Art Direction by Hjalti Axel Yngvason Model: Andrea from Elite, Iceland Cinematography by Elli Cassata External Cinematography by Hörður "Arró" Stefánsson Choreography Sigga Soffia Nielsdóttir Make up & Hair by Ísak Freyr Helgason Music by Biggi Veira (Gusgus) Assistant styling by Hulda Halldóra Tryggvadóttir & Elisabet Gunnarsdóttir Post Production by Hjalti Axel Yngvason & Thorbjörn Ingason at Narvi
Oysho unveils La Beauté , the fashion film showcasing the new autumn 2015 collection. Oysho travelled to Paris to film its presentation video for the new collection. The film, inspired by the poem "La Beauté" by the poet Charles Baudelaire, was shot and directed by the Goya award winning director Kike Maíllo and stars the model Larissa Hofmann.
Director: Qiayi Hu (Chantal) Model: Gabrielle Schanb DP: Xiaoyang Jin Addition camera: Milo Wang Lightening: Jackie Zhang Editor: Hua Bai Visual effects: Hungling Wu Make up artist: Tatyana L.Harkoff Hair Stylist: Andy Tseng Assistant: Daqi Fang, Zhuoxi Song, Takju Kwon, Yunna Lang, Vijchika...
Wow, I've never had so much fun on a project before. Like & SHARE with your friends if you thought this was... COOL? Comment below what your interpretations are of this bazaar film. I am super curious to know! LOL & bc there is actually a deeper meaning to it.
A short collegiate Fashion Film. Yellow Darkness is an abstract look at the struggles which a young sport professional must face. It shows the nationalistic mix between fight, victory and suffer which melts too a conglomarat that we normally understand as the healthy and honorable world of sports. In a development similar to the classical catharsis of a hero, the shown athlete develops a kind of second, dark character which stands in opposite to her innocence of the first part. It is a result of her first injury, which shows her the fragility of her former safe and sucessful world. Credits: Produced, Directed and Edited by David Zimmermann Director of Photography Leif Thomas Model Lea Banasch by Modelwerk Styling Marianna Stoll Hair and MakeUp Denise Nelson 1st Assistant Camera Michel Besl Assistant Director Garnet Hinkerode Electricians Max Schaukellis and Moritz Schaukellis Grading Leif Thomas Special Thanks to Lisa Giesen
See more at Music by Toro Y Moi DIR: HARRYS Director of Photography Evan Prosofsky Producer Claire MacDonald Executive Producer Claire Stubbs Producer Ella More O’Ferrall Associate Producer Peter Spark First Assistant Camera Sam Ellison Gaffer Josh Fordham Swing Derek Sexton Key Grip Sam Katz Art Director Roanne Adams Prop Stylist Teresa Hermann Assistant Prop Stylist Tory Noll Colour Michael Rossiter at The Mill Editor HARRYS Shot on Kodak Executive Producer Eddy Moretti Executive Producer Shane Smith Executive Producer Suroosh Alvi Executive Producer Andrew Creighton Executive Producer Jim Czarnecki Executive Producer Tom Punch Head of Video Danielle Bennison-Brown Associate Producer Declan Higgins Associate Producer Juliette Eisner Equipment Manager Dan Meyer Office Operations Cameron Cuchulainn Special thanks to Heath Raymond at The Mill, Bob Mastronardi at Kodak, Christopher Michael at The Society Management, Caroline Conrad, Kelvin Hayden, Sydney Buchan Stylist Elgar Johnson Hair Tetsuya Yamakata at Defacto using Oribé Hair Care Make-up Akiko Sakamoto at See Management using M.A.C Cosmetics Styling Assistant Bojana Kozarevic Models Marina Nery and Anais Pouliot at The Society Management
The Ruby fashion film is an unique and outstanding project realized by feature and commercial directors Ersin Cilesiz and David Onuora, as well as Producer Bahtiyar Bozkurt. It represents strong women, that ain’t gonna take no shit but all the lucious rest this universe has to offer! It’s about female bravery, unconventional ideas, individual standing, magic wildness of women, juicy phantasies - perfectly wrapped up in the exceptional, cool sexyness of Ruby fashion. Always stay stylish and remember who rules the world!