#RockRollRide: Let Stuart Weitzman’s New Short Be the Standard for All Fashion Ads

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Shoe designer Stuart Weitzman has partnered up with Julia Restoin Roitfeld to produce what I believe is a perfect model for all fashion advertisements.

The short film premiered today during Paris Fashion Week and has a lot of buzz going around for its series of firsts. For one, this is the first shortie from the shoe designer to be shot by a female director. Julia Restoin Roitfeld, daughter of former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, Carine Roitfeld, directed the film for her directorial debut.

Of course, what would a high fashion short film be without high fashion models? The flick stars Poppy Delevingne and fresh face Dylan Penn, daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright. To top it off, the short film was set to the sounds of dream pop princess Lana Del Rey.

The music, the lighting, and the graphics are phenomenally matched together, and I wouldn’t be surprised if I found a commercial that mimicked the style soon- oh, look – it took me three seconds.

Sultry music, cute boots, gorgeous models, and simplicity. Perfectly breaking the mold for the typical high fashion ad.  I approve, Stuart and Julia. I approve.



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  1. Pingback: #RockRollRide: Let Stuart Weitzman’s New Short Be the Standard for All Fashion Ads | DeShonna Johnson

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