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Teen Daze & Dandilion Wind Opaine Collaborate on Experimental Fashion Film

The only frills are on the dresses in the hybrid fashion/music video piece directed and edited by ANTI.

by Emerson Rosenthal
Dec 30 2014, 2:30pm

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Teen Daze X Dandilion Wind Opaine by ANTI from Juan Camilo Gonzalez on Vimeo.

Feathers, film, and feels come to the forefront of this experimental fashion video from directors and editors, ANTI. Created as a collaboration between DJ and producer Teen Daze—who in the past was our tour guide to The Creators Project's San Francisco event—and designer Dandilion Wind Opaine, the video features a woman in Opaine's naturalesque garments cavorting her way through bucolic landscapes while Daze performs a live version of "Ice On The Windowsill," off 2013's Glacier

Explains Juan Camilo Gonzalez of ANTI, "This film is some sort of experimental fashion video that deconstructs into a more abstract piece as the song unfolds, it's inspired by Dandi's designs as well as the natural surroundings of BC from where these two artist come [...] I wish for people to 'see' the music through her fashion, as the song dictates everything we see and feel as the video unfolds." The result is a little over four-and-a-half minutes of psychedelic video transitions and surreal fashions, set to a gem of a Brian Wilson-meets-Panda Bear-style indie pop song that you'll be singing it in your head all the way home. 

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