NEWS / WATCH: Erin Wasson L’Intruse


By Jess Bloom | January 9, 2013 | Link | One Comment
Move over Peggy Bundy, Erin Wasson is housewife of the future Erin Wasson plays out domestic scenes in the desert for this short film by Columbine Goldsmith for NOWNESS. She waits for her husband in opaline pink pasties and leaves home when he doesn't turn up for dinner. It's one part retro and one part future with clothes that drive home the aesthetic. Alexander Wang, Chanel, Fendi and Bottega Veneta revamped classic blouses, pencil skirts and over-the-elbow gloves in ways that perfectly fit the bizarro world of Goldsmith and Wasson. This is a fashion film that offers more than a flash of couture images. It develops a textural story that competes with other print editorials and wins. Check out more images and the full video of Erin Wasson in L'Intruse below.

Erin Wasson in L’Intruse on Nowness.com.

COMMENTS


One Response to “WATCH: Erin Wasson L’Intruse”

  1. [...] the 60′s aesthetic with a lonely femme fetale archetype appears in both Vis a Vis and the recent Erin Wasson film L’Intruse. Will this be a bigger theme for 2013? Does this speak to a current climate of feminine isolation [...]


REPLY