​petra collins and aaron rose create films for cos

They turn their lens on LA and NYC in films starring Glenn O’Brien, Jeffrey Deitch and Cherry Glazerr’s Clementine Creevy.

by Stuart Brumfitt
27 January 2015, 11:50am

Now that COS is establishing itself in the USA, it's making its creative presence further felt through two new films made on each of the country's coasts. Artist Aaron Rose's NY film The Bubble is a nod to Robert Frank's late 50s Beat generation film Pull My Daisy and an update on the idea of the salon for the city and is the first film to be shot at legendary New York art world hangout Max Fish. It stars art and demi-monde legends Glenn O'Brien, Jeffrey Deitch and Andre Saraiva.

As a contrast to the gritty, night-time New York world, Petra Collins has captured the spooky, sun-kissed cityscape of LA. Her film Drive Time magnifies the more youthful, playful art circuit there. It's also an exploration of female-focused work, from music to print-making, featuring Cherry Glazerr front-girl Clementine Creevy, indie It-girl and Rookie mag contributor Arrow de Wilde and M.I.A's DJ and Nguzunguzu producer Asma Maroof. Crawl through New York nightlife , then soak up some LA sun.


Cherry Glazerr
Asma Maroof
Aaron Rose
André Saraiva
Jeffrey Deitch
arrow de wilde
clementine creevy