​take an exclusive look at saskia de brauw’s missoni film

The androgynous Dutch model also stars in the fall/winter 15 print campaign by Viviane Sassen.

by Charlotte Gush
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Jul 21 2015, 12:51pm

Saskia de Brauw is a chameleonic shape-shifter moving through distorted natural landscapes in Jason Last and Jaime Rubiano's new film for Missoni. Wearing the Italian fashion house's signature trippy knits, de Brauw moves through a kaleidoscope of stone and marble backdrops that seem to expand and contract around her. Distorted ikat prints that look like sand art creations and marble vein patterns dance across long-sleeve mini dresses, separates, sleeveless maxi-dresses and capes from the fall/winter 15 collection.

An accompanying print campaign lensed by fashion photographer and international art star Viviane Sassen captures de Brauw amongst natural slate landscapes and marble plates by M/M artist Mathias Augustyniak. Inspired by natural landscapes, the campaign was also influenced by the "patterns, geometries and studied asymmetries" of the 80s postmodern artist Richard Artschwager.

A slightly darker hued menswear campaign features Roch Barbot in colourful check wool suits and a beautiful plum suede bomber jacket.

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Credits


Photography Viviane Sassen
Marble Plates Mathias Augustyniak
Creative Direction M/M (Paris)
Stylist Vanessa Reid
Stylist Stephen Mann
Video Jason Last and Jaime Rubiano
Music TĀLĀ - "The Duchess" (Hugo Chegwin, Harry Craze, Jasmin Tadjiky), with kind permission of SM Publishing (Italy) Srl
Models Saskia De Brauw and Roch Barbot