Start a love affair with DUNE LONDON - Dune London SS17
This season, Dune London takes you by the hand and leads you through the streets of the capital for the brand video of the year. Teaming up with acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Rankin, Dune London’s new Spring/Summer 2017 Collection is beautifully showcased in the style of a classic romantic comedy...with a twist. Think Richard Curtis meets the catwalk meets old Hollywood.
Follow Game of Thrones star Nathalie Emmanuel as “the Girl” and model/chef Isaac Carew as “the Boy” as they embark upon a tale of fate, romance and, of course, shoes. Set against some of the prettiest urban backdrops and brought to life by, watch as this star-crossed pair bring the collection to life through the retelling of a dual love story.
Beginning with the filming of a chance meeting on London’s iconic Abbey Road, our stars play a pair of lovers who fall into a whirlwind romance following a perfectly-timed meet-cute. Nathalie shines in blush velvet loafers and Isaac cuts a dapper dash in tan leather monks, but as filming is delayed by on-set mishaps they find themselves distracted by more than just footwear. Amidst the on-screen trysts, a few off-screen sparks begin to fly and, pretty soon, life begins to imitate art.
Dressed in palest crushed velvet, rose gold metallic leather, embellished heels, statement slides and bespoke trims, Nathalie embodies a delicate sense of whimsy. With royal blue suede, softest leather loafers and statement brogues reigning supreme for the boys, A Love Affair is a cinematic ode to the season’s most desirable designs.
Start a love affair with Dune London.
Posted by : Dubai PR Network Editorial Team Viewed 18312 times PR Category :Fashion Posted on : Tuesday, February 14, 2017 2:19:00 PM UAE local time (GMT+4)
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