Happy Sunday: 6 Short Fashion Videos to Watch
Hey you in your pajamas that you may or may not have worn out to a party last night! If you don’t plan on moving from your bed today, then that’s fantastic. Neither do I. Even the remote feels a little too far.
Settle in to this here post, instead, my friends, because what we have is a compilation of short fashion-fringed videos that are all under twelve minutes or less.
First up: In and Out of Fashion with Laura Brown, a new series for Made to Measure. Man Repellaaaa has the exclusive on these babies for the weekend, which is like being the first person in the world with those gold mule Guccis. Sigh. (And on Monday, we all turn into pumpkins, so enjoy this here and now.)
Watch Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner teach Brown about books
They aren’t matching, but they do share clothes.
Go shopping with Uzo Aduba and learn about some designers you’ve definitely never heard of before
Important takeaway from the video below: “Call me a hammer” is the only appropriate response when you nail something.
Walk the walk with Hari Nef
And always bring your own egg.
Let’s all take a quick pause here to run to the bathroom and grab a snack.
Ok ready? Great.
Next up: we have Derek Lam 10 Crosby’s film series, featuring…
The most awkward first date in the history of pink dumpling dining rooms
With Alia Shawkat and Langston Kerman. You will root for them (and cringe) the whole damn time.
The one game no one should ever play because it never leads anywhere good…
Truth. Or. Dare.
And finally, director Sean Baker (of Greg the Bunny fame) has teamed up with Kenzo for this short film that’s great for spacing out if you brain, like mine, can’t seem to lift itself out of that foggy weekend morning haze. Introducing…
Which I prefer to refer to as, “One Girl’s Journey with a Giant Cake.”
Who else is in the mood for cake now? Oh! And tell me what you’re watching.
Laura Brown’s entire Made To Measure series will be available February 8th on Roku, Amazon and m2m.tv. Fun fact: m2m is a fashion video network that WAS exclusively on Apple TV, but now anyone can watch on the website or app.