Kenzo’s New Film Will Debut At NYFW

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Kenzo‘s creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have unveiled their third film collaboration with a writer/director to bring their creative designs to the screen. This time around, the design duo teamed up with Carrie Brownstein, formerly of Sleater Kinney and Wild Flag. Now she’s known as a writer, actress, director and comedian in the Emmy Award winning show, Portlandia.

According to The Daily Front Row, “Brownstein’s short film for Kenzo, ‘The Realest Real,’ is a commentary on the world of social media and how it increasingly blurs the reality between ordinary and famous with the here today, gone tomorrow fickleness of today’s online, plugged-in world.”

The film stars Laura Harrier, Mahershala Ali, Natasha Lyonne, Kim Gordon, and Rowan Blanchard, and will debut on September 12 during New York Fashion Week.

Photographer Mark Peckmezian shot the campaign images that accompany the film, which were created to imitate film posters that illustrate the stars exiting a real life office space into hyperreal scenery.

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