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Woman wearing an impressive long skirt photographed by Kristina Makeeva in Lake Baikal, Ruusia

Lake Baikal: Where Fashion and Fantasy Run Deep

Lake Baikal, known as the “Pearl of Siberia,” is the world’s oldest and deepest known lake. Reaching depths of nearly a mile, the ice layer on the surface reaches a thickness of over six feet during the winter months. Lake Baikal’s crystalline ice formations and its endless palette of reflected colors are more reminiscent of an artist’s canvas than a simple body of water.

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Women protagonists in Fucking Down music video

Fucking Down: New Exhaustive Emotional Video by Amanda Lago

Directed by Spanish filmmaker Amanda Lago, “Fucking Down” is the latest music video from the acclaimed musician Fatal Tiger. Unique and gripping in more ways than one, the video invites several different interpretations, all of which, however, point to the same ultimate issue – “the struggle we face in accepting ourselves by portraying and engaging with the most extreme aspects of our personality.”

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Hotel MFW fashion film scene

“Hotel MFW” Examines Milan Fashion Week Through a Unique Lens

The National Chamber of Italian Fashion (Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana) took the best of Milan Fashion Week S/S 2020 (17-23 September, 2019) and incorporated it into a short film titled “Hotel MFW.” Directed and produced by Milan’s production house The Blink Fish, the film captures the diversity, inclusion, and individuality of Milan Fashion Week in a dazzling display of color and costume.

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Behind-the-scenes photo of Francesco Cuizza in Malibu, California, during the Warrior with a Crown fashion film shooting.

“Warrior with a Crown” Film Exposes Man’s Struggle with Failure

In the journey of life, the biggest giant any person will face is the manmade illusion of fear and failure. Photographer and filmmaker James Pereira (JMP) along with screenwriter, actor, and model Francesco Cuizza explore the concept of fear in their inaugural fashion film “Warrior with a Crown.” The co-directors use video to represent the subconscious, with a heavy focus on spirituality and its impact on the human psyche and ego.