16.02.09 by Jeff

Dree Hemingway runs through NY!

Halston opted to shoot a beautiful video in place of a runway show for their Fall 2009 line. They hired Blink / Colonel Blimp for all the heavy lifting and the girl running throughout the video is Ernest Hemingway’s great grand-daughter, Dree Hemingway. Directed by Nez Khammel.

halston fall 2009 colonel blimp blink dree hemingway

halston fall 2009 colonel blimp blink dree hemingway

halston fall 2009 colonel blimp blink dree hemingway

halston fall 2009 colonel blimp blink dree hemingway

halston fall 2009 colonel blimp blink dree hemingway

halston fall 2009 colonel blimp blink dree hemingway

halston fall 2009 colonel blimp blink dree hemingway













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • whitney

    This is amazing. Any idea who the song is by?

  • chantal

    awesome, i love the whole sequence… the yellow umbrella, the shoe rain… it’s a great piece, and yes…my doubt is the same whitney has.

  • Liberty

    The music was specially composed for the film. Its called You’re The One by Benjamin Bronfman

  • and has anybody a idea where to download the song You’re The One by Benjamin Bronfman?

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  • Karen Ross

    Dree’s movie, THE TRUTH ABOUT ANGELS, is screening in NYC on March 24th at 9:30pm at the Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Avenue, NY, NY 10003 (at 2nd Street). She’s amazing in it, so I hope you get to see it.

  • I just love the outfit she’s wearing in this video!

  • I love the concept of the video! and the way the dress moves in slow motion, I can really imaging what is like to be wearing that dress.

    Also the lighting and the music in this video really complement each other.

    Very cool

    Photographer
    Gabi Torres





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