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La Femme - Ciao Paris!

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CODEX003

Digital plants laboratory based on the work of Luigi Serafini.

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ANAÏS MVA - 24 Février

Productrice: Agnès Boulard Coordinateur de Production: Matthieu Fusil Assistant de Production: Maël Dufossé 1er Assistant Réalisateur Jacques Mady Directeur de la photographie: Piotr Lebryk 1er Assistant opérateur: Henri Cosson Chef électricien: Ulysse Branchereau Electricienne: Philomène le Palud Electricien: Luc Desprez Chef Machiniste: Jean Le Gouill Machiniste: Lucas Detry Set Designer: System F Make Up Artist: Julie Coone Assistante make up: Lea Villalobos Styliste: Roxane Noel 1er Assistante styliste: Anais N’Diaye 2nd Assistant styliste: Maël Charton Régisseur Général: Mathurin Pezon Régisseur Adjoint: Hughues Lequippe Assistant Régie: Kevin Ozcan Assistant Régie: Clement Chouleur Monteur: Morgan Mirza Assistant monteur: Aymerick Le Bouquin VFX: Infinite_VFX / LLLL studio Etalonneuse: Inès Henry-Manceau Assistant étalonneur: Alexandre Queyrous

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Justice - Neverender (Starring Tame Impala)

Made with electric signal on a 1981 oscilloscope

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Daft Punk - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

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BELLBOY - La neige

Aide à l'animation Laura Passalacqua Tamerlan Bekmurzayev Simon Cadilhac Produit par Remembers

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music

02:57

L'Impératrice — Danza Marilù (feat. Fabiana Martone)

Avec le soutien du Centre National du Cinéma et de l'Image Animée

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FUTURE GLOSS

3D makeup for korean actress Asung Ko. Music by Disasterpiece, sound design by Panteros666.

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interviews

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Christelle Kocher of KOCHÉ | MAFF Artist Spotlight

KOCHÉ is a fashion brand established in Paris by Christelle Kocher in 2015. KOCHÉ is on a mission to push values of openness in fashion: diversity & inclusion of genders, body shapes, materials used, social and geographical origins.. moreover, KOCHÉ DNA is based on elevated craft know-how.

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Nicer Tuesdays: Ines Alpha

Joining us from Paris, Ines Alpha works with AR and 3D renders to reflect on our ever-increasing need to express ourselves. Here, she explains how she developed this unique practice, providing some insight into how she applies this to commercial projects for the likes of Selfridges, Charli XCX and Nike. Nicer Tuesdays is a monthly event curated by It’s Nice That bringing together a selection of speakers for short, sharp insights on new and timely projects.

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La Femme - Françoise

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Pierre Huyghe on "Liminal", Punta della Dogana

“Magic is the science of signs. Signs are an interplay of symbols. In this respect yes I believe in symbols.” Pierre Huyghe is a French artist who works in a variety of media from films and sculptures to public interventions and living systems.

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Duran Lantink - UNZEN version

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On Saturday morning, March 4th, Duran Lantink marked his Paris Fashion Week debut with his Springsummerautumnwinter 2023 collection, created in his signature and entirely circular method. As guests filed into the light-filled sky box of sustainable fashion hub’s La Caserne, they were greeted with the scent of burning sage and the soundtrack of a guided meditation, providing a sensorial cleanse to prepare for what followed. The 39 looks, created in a dialogue with stylist Jodie Barnes, utilises existing materials and dead stock in sculptural forms and exciting proportions, transforming the previously used and discarded into the new and evolved. In a process that begins on the computer, Lantink is able to manipulate the shapes and silhouettes of an intended garment before sculpting them in-studio. A traditional trench coat becomes an exaggerated hourglass form; a ribbed knit becomes suddenly sloped and delightfully bulbous. While inherently conceptual, the collection is designed with technical precision for more wearability. Many of the fabrics and fastenings were sourced from army surplus stores; backpack straps adorn hips on low-slung trousers and cinch dresses, disassembled corduroy and khaki pieces are reassembled alongside sharp cuts of metallic vinyl, repurposed from last season’s collection. Sheepskin, previously deemed unusable by a factory due to minor imperfections, was rescued, repaired and reimagined in the form of oversized and texturally indulgent coats and platform boots. Lantink’s visual stream of reinvention prompts viewers to consider what’s available to them and how it can be made new. “I hope to play a role in the healing of the fashion industry, so I wanted to arrive in Paris with positive, clear energy for a fresh start,” says Lantink. Casting: Julia Lange PR: Lucien Pagès Hair: Holli Smith Make-up and skin: Daniel Sallstrom for MAC cosmetics Sage performance: Lotte de Jager

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