From Spike Jones' viral 'Kenzo World' to Mathew Frost hilarious spoof, 'Fashion Film,' the innovative work in this space spans many different styles, tones, and techniques. 'I wanted to explore commercialism in the face of fear, creating a spectacle to distract and entertain -- and escape from our present day reality. ' The result is a world that exists in the shadows of iconic Parisian locations, playing on the contrast between Chanel legacy and Pharrell aesthetic.
With full creative freedom, Fortune goal was to create something 'surreal and mysterious, slightly futuristic, paradoxical, emotional, and sensorial -- something you would not expect. ' The resulting film is propelled forward by the kids' curiosity; it examines what happens when they are free to make their own rules,….