Yesterday I looked up and down the fashInternet for this one! Now I can deliver you this wonderful advertising moment as produced by Temperley London and Legs (yes, yes, again I’m jumping forward for the T; just watch the video and then tell me it doesn’t worth the alphabet leap!)
Once a fan, always a fan: I like Temperley. Girly, lovely, British. This vintage looking zoetrope was created for Temperley. It was premiered during New York Fashion Week and also exhibited during London Fashion Week.
You know how everyone’s into fashion films these days so this new one comes as no surprise. Temperley, however, brings something new and surprising: the zoetrope! Imagined and built for the occasion, the 12-foot-tall carousel-esque structure displays 15 vaudevillian looks from Temperley’s Spring Summer 2009 collection.
I liked the commercial video more than the actual fashion show, then again, this means the Legs campaign works, right? As you can see on Alisa Matviychuk, the catwalk looks were pretty dramatic and strong, no room for inbetweens. You either like or not. So how about it? (you can see the entire collection here and more about the Temperley Zoetrope here)