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Fashion Film: Face Off

published on 29 June 2021

Escape into an alternate universe in this unique fashion film exploring the face filter phenomenon. Nick Knight, Gareth Wrighton and Raquel Couceiro applied outlandish and hypnotising digital masks to two extraordinary models dressed to the nines in fashion by Moschino, Mugler and more.

Fashion trades in fantasy, and Face Off envisions new ways to create our identities online, propelling us towards a virtual future. Featuring a Shrek-inspired creation, the infamous ‘cat on head’ filter and an undulating virtual butterfly headdress, this fashion film explores the potentials for when the physical and digital collide.

Escape into an alternate universe in this unique fashion film exploring the face filter phenomenon. Nick Knight, Gareth Wrighton and Raquel Couceiro applied outlandish and hypnotising digital masks to two extraordinary models dressed to the nines in fashion by Moschino, Mugler and more.

Direction:
Fashion:
Jawara Alleyne, Gareth Wrighton Archive, Moschino, Joseph Bates, Mugler, Edwin Mahoney, Hurtence, Soft Criminal
Models:
Joe Share, Hannah Vincent
Hair:
Issac Poleon
Make-up:
Joey Choy
Nails:
Film Edit:
Sound Design:
Title Design:
Content Edit:
Executive Production:
Katherine Davey
Production:
Liberte Productions, Bella Hollamby
Photographic Assistance:
Thomas Alexander, Grace Hodgson, George Read, Joe Petini
Styling Assistance:
Ollie McCabe, Joseph Bates
Make-up Assistance:
Maiko Iwashita
Hair Assistance:
Corrine Knight
Production Assistance:
Nancy Studholme

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