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#IMoveMe – Louisa Lippmann | ASICS


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The 23-year-old Louisa Lippmann is the new star on the volleyball field and will soon also focus on ASICS as an international testimonial Multiple German champion, cup winner, Supercup winner and volleyball player of the year 2017 – the list of successes of Louisa Lippman has expanded rapidly in the last two years. Not for nothing is the native of Herforderin in the scene as a shooting star with international potential, at least since the change from Dresden to Schwerin SC also brought on the field the breakthrough.

In addition to determination and ambition, the 1.90-meter-tall player convinces above all through her outstanding athletic ability, which she impressively demonstrates, for example, with one-armed pull-ups. Especially the positive charisma and enjoyment of the movement, which conveys Louisa in all claims in high-performance sports, were the reason why ASICS as one of the leading volleyball providers Louisa Lippmann as a face for the international brand campaign
I wanted to win MOVE ME.

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#IMoveMe – Nana Djimou | ASICS


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At ASICS we believe that movement isn’t just about the physical. For French heptathlete and European athletic champion Nana Djimou, winning in her sport means training both her strengths and weaknesses.No one ever stood still and achieved something great. We urge you, encourage you, push you to move.Because, the way you move shows the world who you are. Whatever your moves may sound like, look like, or be—they’re meant to be seen. (Don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.) So, own who you are.
Your authentic, real self is the most powerful and positive statement you can make on the world. It’s natural to be who you are, not who you are told to be. Express your latest moves and connect to the world by using #IMoveMe.

 

Commercial, Fashion, Music Video

Adidas Football x Pogba Capsule Collection Season 3


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Stink Studios has once again teamed up with adidas Football to launch style icon Paul Pogba Season III of the adidas Football x Pogba Capsule Collection.
Designed to reflect Pogba’s personality and creativity both on and off the pitch, the latest collaboration includes a range of clothing, footwear and accessories designed for the stadium and the street.
Adidas launch the new Paul Pogba capsule collection in a series of films created by Stink Studios. Each film encapsulates the style and individuality of Pogba – set to the new track “Game Hunt” by Serious Klein.
Adidas designers worked closely with the player to ensure the range represents his creativity and unique sense of style, highlighted in the range’s striking burgundy and metallic grey colour palette. Standout pieces include a reversible velvet bomber jacket with PP detailing, a unique long sleeve velvet tee with a metallic silver zip up the side and a luxury black leather backpack with PP branding and silver toned hardware. The range also includes track pants, tees, a cap and a signature ball. On-pitch footwear includes the PP PREDATOR 18+ CONTROL, featuring a metallic grey upper and deep burgundy PURECUT LACELESS system. The shoe is also available in cage and street models.
The cage shoe features the same upper as the on-pitch boot, while the street shoe features a sleek all-grey design. Both shoes include the brand’s revolutionary BOOST technology for comfort on any surface. In fitting with the range, adidas Football will be launching the collection in the fashion capital of the world, Paris. The collection will be available in select fashion and trend stores and will also be available via adidas.com and adidas stores in Paris, London, Moscow, Beijing, Shanghai, New York, Manchester, Sao Paulo, Dubai, Bogata, Santiago, and Tokyo. The films created by Stink Studios were directed by Stink Films director, Giorgio Bruni, and will break on 30th April across online and social.
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Two Whiskies with Jack Whitehall and David Beckham I Haig Club – Episode 1 I British GQ


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In the first episode of our three-part interview series with Haig Club, Jack Whitehall meets celebrated footballer, designer and entrepreneur, David Beckham. Over a Mojito and an Old Fashioned cocktail, Whitehall hears about how Beckham spends his free time and learns about an encounter with Nelson Mandela in one of his most famed hairstyles. Drink responsibly with Haig Club.

How To Make A Ginger Apple Cocktail

How to make a Negroni cocktail

How to Make An Espresso Martini Cocktail

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Victorinox FW16


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Taking over the NY Swiss Institute with a multiscreen installation.
Victorinox commissioned us to showcase their FW-16 collection through an innovative installation as part of NYFW at the Swiss Institute in NYC.

We used a mixture of CGI and live action footage to create four distinct environments for four key looks of the collection to be played over a five times HD sized projection. The projection spanned over three walls of the art gallery while sound and video were controlled by a custom software. The software mixed 100s of renders and live action footage and a 32 channel soundtrack together in real time as a never-ending film.

Credits

Concept — Thomas Eberwein & Régis Tosetti + Simon Palmieri
3D & Film Direction — Thomas Eberwein
Art Direction — Regis Tosetti + Simon Palmieri
3D Animation & VFX — Thomas Traum (Thomas Eberwein, Safwaan Motara, Victor Ferier), Rich Nosworthy, Kevin Gautraud, Pierre Magnol, Misha Shyukin, Peter Tomaszewicz
Cloth Simulation — Fabian Rosenkranz
Modelling — Joe Myers
Editing — Ndayé Kouagou, Akhil Kanukuntla, Victor Ferier
Grading — Okay Studio
Programmer — Daniel Lewis
Sound Design & Music — Dom Harwood

DOP — Stefan Yap
Set Design — Thomas Bird
Focus Puller — Andrew Bradley
2nd AC — Julian Sharma
DIT — Chris Belcher
Gaffer — Lee Parfit
Sparks — Terry Robb & Martin Kloud
Rigger — Jason Lobb
Grip — Phil Murray
Runners — Sam Carter and Bui Mushekwa

Model — Jaycey Elthalion @ Select
Casting Director — Sarah Bunter
Grooming — Jody Taylor @ Premier
Styling — Alize Demange

Production — Julie Vergez for Thomas Traum Ltd

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This is an experiential installation of our FW16 Modern Craft collection. The event will include video projection as well as a product installation within the Swiss Institute.

Installation Pictures

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Gentle Monster S/S 15


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Gentle Monster S/S 2015 WIND TRACE FORGOTTEN Part 2 is a campaign film that focuses on the theme of tracing loss, memories and self. Inspired by the lost soul of ghosts, it attempts to capture the essence of dark beauty and grace that originates from the S/S 2015 collection.

Gentle Monster S/S 2015 WIND TRACE FORGOTTEN Part 2 is a campaign film that focuses on the theme of tracing loss, memories and self. Inspired by the lost soul of ghosts, it attempts to capture the essence of dark beauty and grace that originates from the S/S 2015 collection.

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Ghost-inspired, the film explores the theme of trace, loss, memories through the journey of a deceased girl opening her eyes to the truth of what exists beyond.

CAST: Alex Rose, Harriet Rose, Lee, Genevieve, Lenny Johnson

CREW:
Director: Jae Ha Myung
Producer: Andrew Start
Cinematographer: Luis Posada F
Stylist: Emma Wyman
Make-up Artist: Nami Yoshida
Hair Stylist: Teiji Utsumi
Production Designer: Carly Reddin
Art Director: Emma Fisher

Lighting/Gaffer: Lee Parfitt
Steadicam Operator: Tom English

Editor: A. Kim
Composer: Lennert Busch

Post Production (Colour Grade / VFX) : CNK Post
Post Producers: German Hernández Pérez, Zaida Castillo García
Colourist: Jerónimo Guerrero González
Smoke Artists: Carlos Montemayor, Javier Fuentes Alemán

Assistant Director: George Nelson
Production Assistant: Rebecca Gibson
1st Camera Assistant: Ariel Grandoli
2nd Camera Assistant: Tom Green
Data Wrangler: Simon Kennedy
Assistant Stylist: Samia Giobellina
Make-up Assistant: Tadashi
Hairdresser: Waka
Assistant Art Director: Clare Fisher
Stills Photographer: Anna Liisa Liver
Animal Wrangler: Tim Jenkins
Electricians: Martin Kloud, Sunny Sing

Location: Michael Ricardo-Hall

Special Thanks to:
Luis Eduardo Carreola at Camaleon Contenidos