Bally’s collaboration with Emmy-nominated director and feted band Singtank results in beautiful, arty film which showcases its S/S 2015 collection.
Creative Director Francesco Carrozini was inspired by the Louis Malle 1962 film Vie Privee – featuring Brigitte Bardot. “It’s very little of a story and very much of a feeling,” says Carrozzini of Bally’s latest project.
The film – shot in Los Angeles in the Harpel House, built by architect John Lautner in 1956 – features the much feted actress and singer, Josephine de le Baume, who, alongside her brother Alexandre, is one half of the band Singtank. The video features the ethereal song Coming Down, from Singtank’s new album Ceremonies.
The film is a clear expression of Bally’s newfound aesthetics and common values with modernist design. It presents the SS15 collection, including the brand bag of the season, the Sommet Fold. Like the film? Get more info here.
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