The climate wasn’t nice, so Stéphane Ashpool provided his viewers an in-studio teaser relatively than the complete blown, encompass sound expertise that’s within the works. The movie zeros in on the gathering’s focus — leather-based remedy, with various shade palettes and textures. An all-white leather-based outfit kicks off the scene — a unfastened, ’80s-flavored jacket, the shoulder seam pushed towards the biceps, with a cinched waist and paired with minimalist, pocketed trousers.
Projected onto white seems, the patterns roll by, spurred on with simple jazz music — marbled motifs, water, scratched surfaces. Then come the actual textures, with close-up photographs of turquoise veins on a navy background or a lime-yellow dye being rubbed into white leather-based. And lastly, the clothes — gentle jackets with patchwork hues of blue, every patch handled in a different way, and cargo pants with camouflage impact, tinged with orange or blue.
“It was like working on paintings — we treated each leather differently,” stated Ashpool, talking over the telephone, noting he utilized patinas by hand, painted leather-based, let it dry, added extra layers for a crackle impact, and used aerosol sprays.
But leather-based wasn’t the one materials. Ashpool collaborates with Dutch electrical bike specialist Van Moof, and added one other partnership, the Danish speaker firm Soundboks.
“We worked with paint on the bikes, the sound systems, the speakers and clothes — a very large panel of applications. Fun but a lot of work,” he remarked.
The audio system function within the movie, in metallic blues, purple and lime, serving as a backdrop as a person works a turntable on his lap. He was dressed to the nines — the Pigalle aesthetic may be very elevated — in a cool, collarless leather-based shirt that snapped down the entrance, and unfastened trousers to match.
Slick, sensuous leather-based outfits, sizzling wheels and glossy audio system, what’s left to do? Hit the city, Amsterdam and London, too, and the French nation facet. The movie closes with a message: “Let the trip start.“