Nicholas Kirkwood: Stolen Space fashion film

For S/S 18, Nicholas Kirkwood worked with filmmaker Rei Nadal for the second time to create a set of videos echoing both the concept and aesthetic inherent in the collection. This series of vignettes expose the seasonal woman's intimate thoughts and stream of consciousness.


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In An Impression Of Stolen Space, the viewer is invited to explore a series of vignettes that form the narrative of the seasonal woman. Exposing her intimate thoughts, often following a stream of consciousness, Nadal and Kirkwood play with the idea of missing information.

Inspired by architect Carlo Scarpa and artist Eva Rothschild, the design of Kirkwood’s footwear hints to missing volumes which have either been removed or outlined. The presence of hidden, zipped-away leather and the bleached denim effect follow the same approach, adding to the underlining early nineties aesthetic of the collection.

The film further explores La Muralla Roja, an extraordinary housing development build in 1968 by architect Ricardo Bofill. Nadal's twin sister Anto Nadal created the music; a composition broken down into three threads that represent three different personalities

Video via SHOWstudio

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Ruth MacGilp, 20, UK. Fashion Communication Student and Fashion Blogger.
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