Valentino | Spring 2018 Fashion Film

Valentino Spring 2018 Fashion Film

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BY KENNETH RICHARD

There is a real art of cutting through the noise of fashion and the team of Inez & Vinoodh, Pierpaolo Piccioli, and Riccardo Ruini have it down pat this season in their recent Valentino Spring 2018 fashion film.

The film opens with the line ‘Am I Dreaming’ from the 1989’s Paranoimia by The Art of Noise featuring Max Headroom (aka actor Matt Frewer). That 80’s inspired vision is brought to life in the simplest of ideas, stunning makeup by Diane Kendal and motion. Creative Movement Director, Stephen Galloway, is at the top of his game  coaching models Gigi Hadid, Adut Akech, Felice Noordhoff, Oumie Jammeh, Aurora  Talarico, and Rianne Van Rampaey to gesture in drama and optimism that give this short its special sauce.

Kudos to Riccardo Ruini and the team at agency Riccardo Ruini Studio for the wisdom to know when to pull back and let the beauty of a logo do the talking. Power photographer duo Inez and Vinoodh have proven they can take a blank slate, blank at that, and make it as dynamic as any location. No easy feat! Piccioli is also wise to know the strength of a collection that can stand on its own to inspire desire.

That power teaming of multiple artists, in full concerto, have created art that isn’t just noise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Valentino Creative Director | Pierpaolo Piccioli
Agency | Riccardo Ruini Studio

Creative Director | Riccardo Ruini
Photographers | Inez & Vinoodh
Models | Gigi Hadid, Adut Akech, Felice Noordhoff, Oumie Jammeh, Aurora  Talarico, & Rianne Van Rampaey
Stylist | Joe McKenna
Hair | Paul Hanlon
Makeup | Diane Kendal
Creative Movement Director | Stephen Galloway
Post Production | StereoHorse NYC
Music | The Art of Noise Featuring Max Headroom -‘Paranoimia’

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