07.02.2017  •  Film NEWS

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Incantation Dior Resort 2017 for Vogue Ukraine by Director and Fashion Photographer DAMIEN KRISL

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Incantation Dior Resort 2017 for Vogue Ukraine by DAMIEN KRISL

Director: Damien Krisl
DOP: Paul Meyers c/o 1st Unit
Client: VOGUE Ukraine
Styling: Sarah Cazeneuve & Delia Stan (Ass.)
Hair: Quentin Guyen
Make-up: Tiffany Fouqueil
Model: Iris Landstra & Paula Schinschel
Casting: Oliver Ress
Drone Operator : Martin Bäbler
Exec Producer: Carole Guenebourg c/o CADENCE
Producer: Kevin Rodgrigez

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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...”