30.07.09 by Jeff

Salazar x Lifetime Collective

My friends at Salazar just put together a beautiful video for Lifetime Collective and I really hope to see more of this kind of thing – a blurring of fashion catalog, music video, and short film. It reminds me of Ryan McGinley’s work.













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



  • great!

  • lapetitefaon

    Yes, totally see Ryan McGinley’s very romantic, teenage love affair ish pictures in this. Though when the boy was running down the sand/mountain I might have thought “this is a little dramatic!” but I could just be jealous that I’m not stranded on an island with an attractive boy 😛

  • Duncan

    I love this.

    What’s the song?

  • the song is “Kensington” by Azeda Booth…so beautiful.

  • NBP

    Amazing work, the atmosphere is taking us so far away…

  • i feel
    i am flying
    i mm crying to say

  • Simply beautiful, I’m in love with electropop.

  • strbrry

    it’s also reminds me of antononi’s film,

  • We’re working on a new video with SALAZAR for our Fall 2010 collection. The full video will launch in January, but here’s a teaser for now…http://vimeo.com/8337177

    Stay tuned to our vimeo pages for the full release:
    http://vimeo.com/salazarfilm
    http://vimeo.com/lifetime





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