19.03.10 by Jeff

Le bel été

Vanessa Bruno continues the music video/lookbook trend with Le bel été, starring Lou Doillon (music and cameo by Gonzales).

vanessa bruno spring 2010 lou doillon gonzales music video lookbook

Watch the video below!


Directed by Stéphanie Di Giusto.













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



  • that video is amazing, even though i’m a big lou doillon fan anyway.

  • this is amazing! beaultiful video x

  • Schaeffer

    I have just fallen in love with this video and Lou Doillon.

  • Xeniya

    delish

  • Mary

    Credit needs to be given to YACHT. After all, this is their song.

  • Simeon

    Some very nice pictures! and some very nice tunes! LOVE

  • Got to see Gonzales with Feist last month and he is spellbounding. Great new banner! Thanks for posting this video.

  • love this vid.ugh.

  • super beautiful……love the editing

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  • Caitlin

    I can’t even express how much I love that song by Gonzales…so beautiful. As is the video of course :)

  • cat

    Anyone know what the name/artist of the last song is?
    1st-yacht “so post all em”
    2nd-gonzales “overnight”
    3rd- ????





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