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Director Damien KRISL realized two commercials for BULGARI. Production was taken care of by ALLUZINATIONE Rome with producer Lucinda Agar. “The BULGARI Octo has become a pillar of the watch collections of Bvlgari, a brand which is known everywhere for its bold savoir faire in the area of fine jewelry. The watch is both a valuable timepiece and an architectural creation, which pays tribute to the creative Italian creator spirit,” says the luxury brand.
Whether realistic or geometrically abstract – the Serpenti watch succeeds in uniting Bvlgari's iconic trademark: a love of color, the interplay of materials, innovative craftsmanship techniques and perfect wearing comfort.
Damien KRISL finds inspiration everywhere from dreams to everyday details, breathing life and imagination into his pieces, which fluidly combine luxury, fashion, beauty, and fine art film techniques. Damien’s ability to create beautiful worlds, engage viewers with stunning imagery, and convey lasting impressions through his films has made him a destination director for a shortlist of prestigious brands. Damien has brought his creative vision to Alfa Romeo, Lexus, BMW, and Lancôme, among many others. His work has been recognized at film festivals around the world.
17.05.2017 // show complete article
Between past and present, nature and culture, from the tropical garden in tribute to our timeless muse Josephine to the Garnier Opera, the Fondation Louis Vuitton, the Jardin des Tuileries, and of course, the 12 Place Vendôme, follow this young couple in love on their playful stroll through Paris. At dawn or at midnight, whether wrapped in mist or dazzled by sunshine, Chaumet’s collections accompany life’s most precious moments...
Damien KRISL, beauty & fashion photographer Director based in Paris, presents the als director's cut of his new film for jewelry label CHAUMET PARIS exclusively here on GoSee. It was produced with Cadence Paris, with Producer Romain Nougaret and Artistic Director/Consultant Spela Le Narcic. The couple in love was played by Mathilde Brandi (Next Models, Paris), and Hugo Sauzay (Success Models). The ballet dancers came from the Garnier Opera, and in charge of the beauty look were hairstylist Damien Boissinot and make-up artist Maria Olsson.
From these wonderful locations – the historical Malmaison Palace where Napoleon and the Empiror's wife Joséphine once lived, to the modern Fondation Louis Vuitton by architect Frank Gehry – CHAUMET presents its own jewelry line: GARDEN COLLCTION Chaumet’s gardens blossom in a tropical greenhouse reminiscent of the muse Josephine’s childhood island where the Abeilles gather nectar from a luxuriant nature. …
A sparkling pinnacle of art, the Garnier Opera sets the scene for ethereal elegance, magnified by the Joséphine Rondes de nuit creations, when the tiara crowns beauty with a gracious hal… JOSEPHINE COLLECTION
With the fluidity of a silk ribbon, Liens interweaves, crosses and uncrosses to celebrate tender affection and love. The Fondation Louis Vuitton’s artistic haven inspires a romantic hide-and-seek. …LIONS COLLECTION
16.03.2017 // show complete article
For his new work titled 'Incantation' for VOGUE UKRAINE, the director and fashion photographer perfectly combined his two passions – film & fashion photography. He found inspiration in Indian culture and its sacred sites, from magical places where incantations take place. Then Damien and his team unexpectedly stumbled over this special place. “After an extensive round of casting with Oliver Ress, our choice was, besides Paula Schinschel, upcoming model Iris Landstra with her unconventional, nature-loving expression. Production turned out to be quite difficult since we only had limited access to the location. In advance, to or three scouting tours were necessary in addition to the logistical challenge of coordinating team members from Switzerland, Paris, Germany, and the Netherlands.” Damien tells GoSee.
The DIOR Resort 2017 collection was the prefect match for this mystical place, which was exclusively selected by stylist Sarah Cazeneuve.
Lucie Meier and Serge Ruffieux from the Christian Dior Creative Team describe the Resort 2017 collection as follows: “The inspiration was not only post-war high society’s wardrobes, but also the restlessness and wanderlust that characterized the period: the urge to travel, to discover the new. English country life is expressed via the tradition of the hunt – its reflection in the decorative arts, rather than its reality. Shots of red are evocative of the hunting pink, rustic tweeds and crisp poplin of country attire, while nineteenth-century equestrian scenes are knitted into intricate pictorial jacquards or fused into English country florals...”
07.02.2017 // show complete article