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1. Dior | Poison Club Teaser

  • Published: 2017-04-06T18:58:21+00:00
  • Duration: 58
  • By Simon Colin
Dior | Poison Club Teaser

Directed by François Rousselet • Produced by Insurrection for Dior • Edited by Simon Colin


2. Dior | Poison Club | Tutorial Maeva

  • Published: 2017-07-05T21:33:35+00:00
  • Duration: 115
  • By Simon Colin
Dior | Poison Club | Tutorial Maeva

Directed by François Rousselet • Produced by Insurrection for Dior • Edited by Simon Colin


3. I COULD NEVER BE A DANCER 2016 Choreography Showreel

I COULD NEVER BE A DANCER 2016 Choreography Showreel

I COULD NEVER BE A DANCER is a special and unique Paris-based artist duo, using dance as the key element to a visual, conceptual and pop ensemble. As choreographers, creative directors and directors, Carine Charaire and Olivier Casamayou "export" dance towards fashion, contemporary art and advertising. From the prestigious Comédie-Française to the Centre Pompidou, from French luxury brands (Hermès, Chanel, Vuitton, Lacoste, Nina Ricci, Chloé…) to international artists (Kylie Minogue, Metronomy, Willy Moon, Mika, MGMT, Two Door Cinema Club, Pet Shop Boys…), they enjoy taking part in pop culture while challenging its codes in order to say something about our times. www.icouldneverbeadancer.com Willy Moon "yeah yeah" / directed by Alex Courtès Electric Guest "the bait" / directed by Jonas & François Kenzo "Eye Beams" Fall/Winter 2013/2014 / directed by Partel Oliva Pocari Sweat "yale" & "thank you" / directed by Koichi Iguchi Jalouse X Dior "Laura Love is in the air" / directed by I COULD NEVER BE A DANCER Chloé "roses" / directed by I COULD NEVER BE A DANCER TEDxDoha / directed by Körner Union Lacoste "support with style" / directed by I COULD NEVER BE A DANCER Carven Menswear, spring/summer 2017 Metronomy "16 beat" / directed by Colin Solal Cardo Mika "good guys" / directed by KT Auleta Kylie Minogue "Crystallize" / directed by Alice Moitie Cartier "diamonds" / Directed by Johan Renck Air France safety demonstration / directed by I COULD NEVER BE A DANCER Chanel "Shade Parade" / directed by Patrick Daughters Hermès "Swinging Silk" / directed by Rosario Romagnosi Louis Vuitton "shoes up" / directed by Lisa Paclet O.P.I "instinct of color" / directed by Hans Emanuel Google "wear what you want" / directed by Körner Union "Performance" by Valérie Belin & I COULD NEVER BE A DANCER / filmed by Claire Belin Showreel edited by Jean-Philippe Mure (St Louis) & titles designed by Antoine Presles


4. Official Music Video for Michael Grimm's -Black and White-

  • Published: 2015-06-21T09:33:10+00:00
  • Duration: 263
  • By Michael Grimm
Official Music Video for Michael Grimm's -Black and White-

Michael Grimm's official music video for his song "Black and White". Featured on Michael's new album GRIMM released June 15, 2015 (C) 2015 Mattikay Records Song credit: Lyrics & Music by Michael Grimm & Kevin Hunter Band Members: Michael Grimm, Drew Masterpole, Carlos Guerrero & Colin Hotchkiss Credits: Michael Grimm - Street Performer Anais Dior - Dancer David Mayorga - Boyfriend Joshua Sjoen - Waiter Produced by: Ticking Productions Directed by: Brandon Klock Special Thanks, Tiffany, Joni and Adam at Arthur Murray Dance Studios, Las Vegas Brian Mills at Pampas The Smith Center Chris and Julie Shinn Lisa Goulston Thank you to everyone that was able to be a part of this video! iTunes Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/black-and-white/id998798240?i=998798250


5. Haute-à-Porter at Modemuseum Hasselt (BE) curated by Filep Motwary

Haute-à-Porter at Modemuseum Hasselt (BE) curated by Filep Motwary

From the 2nd of April until the 11th of September 2016 Modemuseum Hasselt presents ‘Haute-à-Porter’, curated by Filep Motwary. Haute couture is synonymous with craftsmanship, luxury, extravagance and spectacle. But aren’t these typical features of contemporary prêt-à-porter? The exhibition examines this question further and researches the changing relationship and cross-fertilization between haute couture and ready to wear. Through a variety of themes and a selection of spectacular silhouettes and accessories from high-end designers and fashion houses, the exhibition highlights the significance of haute couture for contemporary fashion. Completed with photography, film, art and music, Haute-à-Porter offers a unique insight into the fashion industry of the last 30 years. Participant designers and houses: Dior, Chanel, Erdem, Burberry, Lanvin, Rochas, Nina Ricci, Vivienne Westwood, Yohji Yamamoto, John Galliano, Prada, Miu Miu, Gareth Pugh, Dries Van Noten, Christian Lacroix, Delpozo, Jil Sander, Balmain, Jean Paul Gaultier, Mary Katrantzou, Viktor & Rolf, Alberta Ferretti, Thierry Mugler, Anna Molinari, Ann Demeulemeester, Comme des Garçons, Giambattista Valli, Givenchy, Balmain, Rick Owens, Blumarine, Undercover, Giles, Thom Browne, Marios Schwab, Sacai, Alexander McQueen, Herve L.Leroux, Anrealage, Schiaparelli, A.F. Vandevorst, Olivier Theyskens, Gucci, Christian Louboutin, Iris Van Herpen, Pierre Hardy, Stephen Jones, Alexis Mabille, Jay Briggs, Giuseppe Zanotti, Anya Caliento, Iris Schieferstein, Erik Halley, Norita Katatehana, Roger Vivier, Maison Martin Margiela... Photographers and artists presented in the exhibition: Peter Lindbergh, Miles Aldridge, Nagi Sakai, Luigi and Iango, Charles Fréger, Francesco Brigida, Emma Summerton, Mikael Jansson, Erik Madigan Heck, Matthias Vriens-McGrath, René Habermacher, Michael Thompson, Fabien Baron, Thanassis Krikis, David Dunan, François Berthoud, Krishna Godhead, Sheila Metzner, Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello, Michal Pudelka, Ali Mahdavi, Txema Yeste, Daniel Jackson, Kevin Tachman, Hedwig Snoeckx, Iris Van Dongen, Koen Vanmechelen, Giampaolo Sgura, Sebastian Kim, Tim Richardson, Matthew Brookes, Bill Georgoussis... Films by : Alison Chernick, Delphine Roche, Justin Westover, Comme Des Garcons, and by Visionaire: Marco Adamo Graziosi & Maria Host, Stylianos Pangalos, Paris Kain... The scenography of the exhibition is by Lien Wauters Opening Date: 2 April, 2016 For more information: www.modemuseumhasselt.be More info: ‘Haute-à-Porter’ ... the book ( release date April 1, 2016) Along with the exhibition a book will be published by Lannoo, with interviews and contributions from: Tim Blanks, Thom Browne, Robin Givhan, Angelo Flaccavento, Natasha Fraser- Cavassoni, Maria Luisa Frisa, Alexander Fury, Pierre Hardy, Stephen Jones, Farida Khelfa, Alexis Mabille, Antonio Mancinelli, Colin McDowell , Lars Nilsson, Rick Owens, Nicole Phelps, Jean-Jacques Picart, Zandra Rhodes, Robin Schulié, Irene Silvagni, Valerie Steele, Jun Takahashi (Undercover), Viktor & Rolf , Vivienne Westwood, Veerle Windels, Yohji Yamamoto completed with visuals by more than thirty renowned photographers and artists. Photography and Art work included by: Miles Aldridge, Paul Arias, Fabien Baron, François Berthoud, Francesco Brigida, Matthew Brookes, Iris Van Dongen, David Dunan, Charles Fréger, Bill Georgoussis, Krishna Godhead, Brian Griffin, René Habermacher, Saad Al-Hakkak, Laurent Humbert, Despina Isopoulou, Daniel Jackson, Mikael Jansson, Greg Kadel, Vassilis Karidis , Sebastian Kim, Paul Koudounaris, Thanassis Krikis, Peter Lindbergh, Kurtiss Lloyd, Clément Louis, Anthony Maule, Luigi Murenu & Iango Henzi, Erik Madigan Heck, Ali Mahdavi, Sheila Metzner, Jackie Nickerson, Michal Pudelka, Tim Richardson, Nagi Sakai, Alex Salinas, Sofia Sanchez & Mauro Mongiello, Giampaolo Sgura, Emma Summerton, Sandra Suy, Synchrodogs, Kevin Tachman, Michael Thompson, Elise Toïdé, Matthias Vriens-McGrath, Txema Yeste http://www.lannoo.be/haute-porter Campaign & book cover photography René Habermacher, Film Director Thibault Della Gaspera, Fashion editor - curator Filep Motwary, Model Ola Rudnicka at Next Model Management, Hairstylist Panos Papandrianos, Make-Up Yannis Siskos, Production Manager Eve Demoen, Project Director Kenneth Ramaekers, Light assistant Sebastien Meulenberg, Digital assistant Karim Nuyttens, Retouching Dimitris Rigas, Music H.O.P.E Not "Sorry", Graphic Design Geoffrey Brusatto - Modemuseum Hasselt © 2016 Garments presented in the film: Christian Lacroix Haute Couture, Vivienne Westwood, Yohji Yamamoto & Ann Demeulemeester. Thanks to: Stedelijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Hasselt, Versae Vanni Next Model Management Paris, Darek Kumosa Modelplus Warsaw, Antoine Asseraf The Stimuleye http://www.vogue.ru/peopleparties/afisha/vystavka_haute_a_porter_v_muzee_mody_i_kostyuma_belgiyskogo_goroda_khasselt/


6. Beejan Land Reel 2016

  • Published: 2016-03-18T03:54:25+00:00
  • Duration: 113
  • By Beejan Land
Beejan Land Reel 2016

Australian actor Beejan Land (pro-labs.imdb.com/name/nm1371622/) appears in “Rock the Kasbah” this year opposite Bill Murray in a supporting lead, directed by Barry Levinson. He will be shooting the lead role in US independent film INERTIA Directed by Campbell Maynes in 2016. Beejan got his start at the prestigious Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) in 1999. He joined such noted alumni as Nicole Kidman, Rose Byrne, Baz Luhrmann, Toni Collette, Rebel Wilson, Aden Young and Abbie Cornish. While there he counts the play What TheUmbrella Did Next, opposite classmate Rebel Wilson and Baz Lurhmann and Kate Gaulʼs Behind the Red Curtain as his favorites. He went on to perform in over 40 professional stage productions for prestigious theatre companies including the Melbourne Theatre Company, The Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Theatre Company, the Griffin Theatre Company and the Tamarama Rock Surfers Theatre. This indefatigable go-getter moved from Australia to Paris in February 2009 when he was chosen to audition for the world renowned Parisian director Ariane Mnouchkineʼs prestigious company, Theatre du Soleil. Accepted to the company, he spent the next four years working alongside his peers creating and performing a show entitled Les Naufragés du Fol Espoir (Aurores) that was awarded the Moliere Award (the French TONYʼs) for Best Ensemble Production in 2010. He also studied at the prestigious French drama school Ecole Jacques Lecoq joining the likes of such alums as Geoffrey Rush, Sasha Baron Cohen, Isla Fisher and Julie Taymor. While in Paris, Beejan was discovered by the world of fashion. As an emerging actor as part of a prestigious theatrical company, he would be invited to attend Paris Fashion Week so he decided to write about it. His first show was when Riccardo Ticci the Creative director for Givenchy presented the Spring 2010 Menswear line in June 2009. His style blog soon became popular among the major fashion houses such as Lanvin, John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier, Viktor and Rolf, Maison Martin Margiela and Dior Homme. He would be invited to sit front row at the shows and fondly remembers being gifted a bow tie with his initials on it from Alber Elbaz the Creative Director of Lanvin. Labeled a “One To Watch” by prominent publications in his home country of Australia he was also recently named one of the “24 Most Stylish Men of 2014” by top fashion magazine Menʼs Style, alongside the likes of Colin Farrell, Benedict Cumberbatch, Justin Timberlake, Bradley Cooper and fellow Australian up-and-comer Jai Courtney to name a few. He made the leap to Los Angeles in 2014 after landing the lead role in the well received US indie feature “Damn Foreigners.” Fun fact Beejan started his career as a child magician. He beat out magicians 20 years his senior to became Australianʼs under 30ʼs Magic Champion in 1998 and also Australianʼs Yo-Yo Champion for 5 consecutive years from 1997.


7. Beejan Land 2 minute reel

  • Published: 2018-06-21T21:53:23+00:00
  • Duration: 121
  • By Beejan Land
Beejan Land 2 minute reel

Award winning Australian actor Beejan Land (pro-labs.imdb.com/name/nm1371622/) appears in “Rock the Kasbah” opposite Bill Murray in a supporting lead, directed by Barry Levinson. He is currently Executive Producing and lead actor of a Ten part Limited Series for cable based on the True Crime story of Frederic Bourdin aka The Imposter with the Mark Gordon Company. He wrote, directed and produced a short film titled Truthing which he also starred in. In 2010 he was awarded the Moliere Award (the French TONY award) for Best Acting of an Ensemble for Les Naufragés du Fol Espoir (Aurores) Beejan got his start at the prestigious Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) in 1999. He joined such noted alumni as Nicole Kidman, Rose Byrne, Baz Luhrmann, Toni Collette, Rebel Wilson, Aden Young and Abbie Cornish. While there he counts the play What The Umbrella Did Next, opposite classmate Rebel Wilson and Baz Lurhmann Behind the Red Curtain as his favorites. He went on to perform in over 40 professional stage productions for prestigious theatre companies including the Melbourne Theatre Company, The Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Theatre Company, the Griffin Theatre Company and the Tamarama Rock Surfers Theatre and Australian Theatre Company. This indefatigable go-getter moved from Australia to Paris in February 2009 when he was chosen to audition for the world renowned Parisian director Ariane Mnouchkineʼs prestigious company, Theatre du Soleil. Accepted to the company, he spent the next four years working alongside his peers creating and performing a show entitled Les Naufragés du Fol Espoir (Aurores) that was awarded the Moliere Award (the French TONYʼs) for Best Ensemble Production in 2010. He also studied at the prestigious French drama school Ecole Jacques Lecoq joining the likes of such alums as Geoffrey Rush, Sasha Baron Cohen, Isla Fisher and Julie Taymor. While in Paris, Beejan was discovered by the world of fashion. As an emerging actor as part of a prestigious theatrical company, he would be invited to attend Paris Fashion Week so he decided to write about it. His first show was when Riccardo Ticci the Creative director for Givenchy presented the Spring 2010 Menswear line in June 2009. His style blog soon became popular among the major fashion houses such as Lanvin, John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier, Viktor and Rolf, Maison Martin Margiela and Dior Homme. He would be invited to sit front row at the shows and fondly remembers being gifted a bow tie with his initials on it from Alber Elbaz the Creative Director of Lanvin. Labeled a “One To Watch” by prominent publications in his home country of Australia he was also recently named one of the “24 Most Stylish Men of 2014” by top fashion magazine Menʼs Style, alongside the likes of Colin Farrell, Benedict Cumberbatch, Justin Timberlake, Bradley Cooper and fellow Australian up-and-comer Jai Courtney to name a few. He made the leap to Los Angeles in 2014 after landing the lead role in the well received US indie feature “Damn Foreigners.” Fun fact Beejan started his career as a child magician. He beat out magicians 20 years his senior to became Australianʼs under 30ʼs Magic Champion and also Australianʼs Yo-Yo Champion for 5 consecutive years.


8. The Passion- A Desire to Win.

The Passion- A Desire to Win.

The Passion- A Desire to Win is a short about chasing your dreams. passion- strong and barely controllable emotion. desire- a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen. Directed by: Colin Dior Produced by: Bluish Creative Starring: Earl Geter (do not own rights to sound bytes.)


9. Spectacles - The Oliver Goldsmith Collection Promo Vid

Spectacles - The Oliver Goldsmith Collection Promo Vid

Spectacles - The Oliver Goldsmith Collection 18 January - 4 May 2014 Think 20th Century icons. Grace Kelly. Colin Firth. Michael Caine in his signature black spectacles. Audrey Hepburn in the big white glasses that framed her elfin face. Iconic style makers – Givenchy, Dior and Vidal Sassoon. Think cult films of the fifties & sixties. In the second half of last century, when it came to eyewear, Oliver Goldsmith was synonymous with stars and style. Featuring spectacle designs which enthralled a generation and photographs of the famous faces that wore them, this exhibition charts the progression of one of the most successful British spectacle design companies of the mid-twentieth century. #bespectacular We want your spectacular selfies! Take part in this exhibition by uploading photos of yourself in your best specs to Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag ‘bespectacular’.


10. Tabea

  • Published: 2018-05-09T11:41:48+00:00
  • Duration: 22
  • By TwoLefthands
Tabea

Shot By: Colin Wee Makeup: Celeste Sng using Dior Makeup Hair: Desmond Yap Model: Tabea / AVE Management