Utterly Fabulous Artistic Short Fashion Film “Portent” by Nick Knight & SHOWstudio

I’ve been a big fan of this super talented photographer Nick Knight! his unique vision as captured many unforgettable images for many famous fashion houses such as Dior, Alexander McQueen, John Galliano, YSL to magazines like Vogue, V-Magazines….etc. His vision doesn’t just stop at taking utterly beautiful photos, now he has also taking his visions into short films! It is truly a “Moving Art” !

 
Naomi Campbell for V Magazine in 2007
 
 
Devon Aoki for Alexander McQueen, Visionaire, 1997
 
 
A photo shoot for “Fashion Fight Against Racism”
 

Here is one of the “Fashion Film” I am just in love with! A unique collaboration from a wealth of fashion creatives, “Portent” is a sensual, delicate and poetic exploration of romantic Classicism almost a little Gothic through the male and female form. This, Nick Knight’s latest fashion film, was specifically created to celebrate the introduction of women’s collections to thecorner.com, the online ‘department store’ launched by YOOX Group. Released in tandem with the collections’ appearance online, the film showcases an allegorical love-story expressed through Autumn/Winter 2009-10 fashion from a raft of the world’s finest designers, including Maison Martin Margiela, Haider Ackermann, Rick Owens and Viktor & Rolf. Here are some of the images from this fabulous film.

Ocourse those beautiful screen shot can’t do justice of how beautiful this film is, click on the video player below to view this utterly fabulous fashion shor film “Portent”

 

To see more of his work, click here to visit his official website @ Nick Knight.com

Untill next time, be well & look fabulous!

XOXO

Alan + Mei-Mei the pug

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