2020 continues to treat us well so far – alongside Christina Ricci, Dianna is the star in Roger Vivier’s new advertising short film titled “Abracashoes”! The 2 minutes video features Dianna as a voluntary during a magic show, and was released this morning as a part of the brand’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection showcase. It’s a fun, cute clip, which features some really stunning close-ups of Dianna (as well as lots of gorgeous shoes!). You can watch the film in its full below, and I have also added it to our video archive so you can easily find it back in the future.
I have attached an article on the film by Italian Vogue (translated as good as possible by yours truly – please get in touch with me if you’re able to improve on certain parts), where you can read about the inspiration for the film under the video. As for photos, our gallery has been updated with high quality promotional photos, a promotional poster and beautiful screen captures of Dianna! Find all previews and links at the end of the post below.
It’s called Abracashoes and it’s the new, hilarious fashion film presented by Roger Vivier to showcase the spring summer 2020 collection. Imagined by the creative director Gherardo Felloni and directed by Nicolangelo Gelormini, the short film sees the actresses Christina Ricci and Dianna Agron engaged in the role of a magician and a voluntary, during a delightful magic show that puts Belle Vivier shoes at the center of the scene, among the most emblematic models of the Maison.
The two icons of the big screen and perfect interpreters of the Roger Vivier style have been carefully chosen by Felloni: «Christina is one of the actresses of my dreams that I really admire. She was present at our Hôtel Vivier event in Los Angeles and also collaborated with director Tim Burton, which I appreciate very much. Dianna Agron, on the other hand, is a talented young actress. Her beauty and her sex appeal seduced me immediately ».
The short movie was created according to precise aesthetic codes that characterize the brand, ironic and sophisticated, classic but current, extremely chic. But not only. The cinematographic language, in fact, much loved by Felloni, in recent years has become essential for him, so much so that the video projects signed by Roger Vivier today represent an important stylistic reference point for all fans of the genre. We included.