Ever wince at the self-indulgent fashion films you find on sites like Nowness and portable.tv? Here's a refreshing spoof of the form that's sure to ease the headache. Matthew Frost's "Fashion Film" (an actual fashion film for Vena Cava's lower-priced offshoot line Viva Vena) pokes fun at It-Girl culture and the unapologetic narcissism so often displayed by fashion brands today. Lizzy Caplan (of "Mean Girls"fame) is hilarious as a wistful beauty who waxes poetic about 60s records, thinking in French, and her collection of seashells.
By Zoe Beyer | Indiewire February 7, 2013 at 11:09AM