OK, so its January and this film came out in September but it slipped past us, and yea we know it shouldn't be in the photography section but the shots are so very nearly still fashion images that it just seemed right.
Anyway, the Proenza Schouler label has built a reputation for left-of-centre visuals and the hiring of Harmony Korine, writer of Kids and director of independent classics such as Gummo and Julien Donkey-Boy to make a film showcasing their A/W10 line has resulted in a beautifully poetic walk through the Projects of Nashville with a group of disillusioned [ordinary teenage] girls.
The film is almost entirely made up of barely moving 'photographic' scenes reminiscent of William Eggleston, and is a great example of the possibilities for the emerging fashion film genre. As with all Korine films he has managed to attract criticism for his depiction of teen life but the most vehement opinions are from those who feel any depiction of a poor black community by a white director is racist, which is of course nonsense.
But lets not get political, just enjoy the visuals.