AllSaints take us on a trip to the Cali coastline for their latest film, Def In Venice.
As cult clothing connoisseurs AllSaints re-locate their NYC office from the big apple to the sun drenched shores of LA, what better way to toast summer 2015 than with a fashion film set in their new stomping ground.
Taking their iconic biker jacket as the starting point, the film follows the lives of 10 endearing individuals in and around the infamous Californian neighbourhood, Venice Beach. From musicians, actors and artists, to models, skaters and surfers, the film shows us how the new-gen of relent wear their biker. Wether it’s thrown over a crisp white tee for a stroll down the boardwalk or paired with a pair of ripped jeans for an afternoon spent skating, each of the LA archetypes ooze attitude, therefore embodying the independent spirit and attitude of the brand. Soundtracked by Ariel Pink’s mesmerizing cover version of Joe and Donnie Emerson’s lost 70s classic “Baby”, the film is shown in black and white in true AllSaints style.
Conjuring memories of Cali z-boys nostalgia, Lords of Dogtown-esque skate clubs, endless summers, seaside love affairs and the insouciance of youth, Def in Venice is a candid snapshot into this new generation.
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