The Kenzo film released in conjunction with the company's Spring 2018 campaign explores the relationship between the artist and the muse with monochromatic light design and a melancholic setting. Naturally, the colorful nuances of the new collection are retained and featured throughout the video.
The Kenzo film is directed by Ana Lily Amirpour and follows a photographer as he captures his two inspirations—actress Jessica Henwick and model Kiko Mizuhara—on film. What makes it a standout fashion campaign is that the fashion house not only promotes its new spring collection, but also debuts its first original song, "Yo! My Saint!" a dreamy melodic masterpiece, sung and performed by Karen O with featuring vocals by Michael Kiwanuka.
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The Spring 2018 Kenzo Film Shows the Artist and His Muse
- By: Kalina NedelchevaJan 15, 2018