​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
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.



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

Fashion Film
Viviane Sassen
saskia de brauw
fall/winter 15