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Fashion Film: Maenads

by Rei Nadal on 7 February 2020

Captured in this fashion film by Rei Nadal, designer Sinéad O'Dwyer's wearable sculptures exaggerate the female form as a collection of women celebrate their bodies through independent touch and movement against a brightly lit studio backdrop. The short film is intercepted by monochromatic shots of the tactile creation process – oozing liquid is poured and plunged, whilst iron clamps hold setting pieces together, a parallel to the multi-functionality and strength of the female body.

Captured in this fashion film by Rei Nadal, designer Sinéad O'Dwyer's wearable sculptures exaggerate the female form as a collection of women celebrate their bodies through independent touch and movement against a brightly lit studio backdrop. The short film is intercepted by monochromatic shots of the tactile creation process – oozing liquid is poured and plunged, whilst iron clamps hold setting pieces together, a parallel to the multi-functionality and strength of the female body.

Direction:
Models:
Jade Linton, Agusta Yr, Natalie Remee, Coral Kwayie
Film Edit:
Camera:
Rei Nadal, Imogen Smith
Additional Film Footage:
Set Design:
Tara Royston
Title Design:
Music:
Matthew Heywood (Bruised Skies)
Executive Production:
Photographic Assistance:
Thomas Alexander, Ralph Lawson, Olivier Barjolle, Michel Bewley
Production Co-ordination:
Naomi Martin and Noot Coates at Liberte Productions
Camera Assistance:
Fashion Assistance:
Ottilie Landmark, Rebecca Smith
Make-up Assistance:
Manabu Nobouka
Hair Assistance:
Keisuke Takano

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