By veronique | January 9, 2013
TAGGED AS Alexander Wang, Architecture, Art direction, Bottega Veneta, Chanel, Columbine Goldsmith, Desert, Embroidery, Erin Wasson, Fashion, Fendi, L'Intruse, La Intrusa Piedra, Landscape, Landscapes, L’Avventura, Metalic, Michelangelo, Music, Nowness, Surreal, Video
I love everything in this video. The mood, the music, clothes, styling, architecture, landscape. Just my kind of video.
Featuring Erin Wasson in a film by Columbine Goldsmith. “The landscape doesn’t reveal time or place, so I wanted to imbue the protagonist with a more defined character: an old-fashioned housewife in 60s and 70s silhouettes who also has something discernibly futuristic about her,” says Goldsmith. Referencing the bleak landscapes of Michelangelo Antonioni’s L’Avventura and the humanoid alien of The Man Who Fell To Earth, the film’s title comes from a serendipitous moment: during the shoot at Joshua Tree National Park, Goldsmith noticed a plaque on a nearby boulder that read “La Intrusa Piedra” (The Intruder Rock). The nowness is always the best source of inspiration.