PROM’s Stunning F/W Fashion Film Brings Together Established and Establishing Designers (Watch)

PROM is a New York-based creative agency that takes young, driven creatives and pairs them with industry veterans in an effort to broaden the scope of their promising work. They’re passionate about empowerment and this latest project is a testament to it.

The nearly two-minute fashion film and editorial, “OLGA,” brings together a mix of established and establishing designers, echoing this laudable mission statement. “The video was inspired by our desire to create a narrative through the pairing of style and location,” explained PROM co-founder and director Luca Repola. “Ultimately, our goal was to establish tone through color, movement and texture.”

Starring the titular Olga Datsenko, who’s signed to Marilyn Agency, the film follows our protoganist seeking solace in the quiet reaches of an urban landscape. A sense of solitude echoes throughout the film, recalling nostalgic memories of days spent wandering and wondering about the wider world. Watch the F/W-focused fashion film, below.


Scenes from OLGA

Photography: Micaiah Carter

Styling: Kaysy Gotay

Dress: Fe Noel, Top: LaQuan Smith, Shoes: Jean Michel Cazabat, Jacket: Vintage, Ring: Miranda Konstantinidou

_MG_1940Dress: LaQuan Smith, Earrings: Miranda Konstantinidou, Shoes: Jean Michel Cazabat, Bag: Gedebe

_MG_1630Jumpsuit: Fe Noel, Jacket: LaQuan Smith, Shoes: United Nude

_MG_5909Coat: Dior, Pants: LaQuan Smith, Dress: Saunders, Necklace: Vintage, Fur Collar: Fe Noel, Shoes: Jean Michel Cazabat, Bag: Gedebe

_MG_1370Top: Nicole Miller, Pants & Earrings: Miranda Konstantinidou, Coat: Fe Noel, Shoes: Jean Michel Cazabat

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