News: AnOther magazine presents dance, fashion and film in MOVEment at Sadler's Wells

Tuesday 7 April 2015 by Clare Evans

Designer Stephen Jones Millinery
Choreographer Jasmin Vardimon
Performance Nevena Jovanovic
Director Matthew Donaldson
Photo: Lena C. Emery

AnOther Magazine has joined Sadler’s Wells to create MOVEment, a series of films fusing fashion and dance that will premiere later this month in London. The project, supported by the Ford Vignale brand, is a unique series of short films uniting fashion, dance and cinema in a radical new way. AnOther Magazine has invited seven of the biggest names in fashion to create bespoke costumes for seven specially choreographed performances, interpreted for the screen by seven pioneering directors.

MOVEment will premiere at Sadler’s Wells’ Lilian Baylis Studio on Saturday the 18 April, followed by a public online release via on the 20 April, as well as a print exhibition to feature in AnOther Mag’s Autumn/Winter 2015 issue.

AnOther Magazine founder Jefferson Hack comments, “This project has been a labour of love for a number of talented craftsmen, creating completely bespoke collaborations that appreciate dance and fashion from a new perspective.”

The premiere will be preceded by a live Q&A with milliner Stephen Jones. After the screening, there will be a live performance of Russell Maliphant’s seminal solo TWO, performed by Russell Maliphant Company Dancer, Carys Staton, with music by Andy Cowton and lighting by Michael Hulls.

The collaborations are:

Choreographed and performed by dancers of Tanztheater Wuppertal in costumes by Prada; film by Kevin Frilet.

Gareth Pugh
Performance by Louis McMiller, Daniela Neugebauer, James Pett, and Fukiko Takase with choreography by Wayne McGregor and costumes by Gareth Pugh; film by Ruth Hogben.

Calvin Klein Collection
Performance by Julie Kent and Jonah Bokaer, with choreography by Jonah Bokaer and costumes by Calvin Klein Collection; film by Daniel Arsham.

Iris van Herpen
Performance by Carys Staton, with choreography by Russell Maliphant and costumes by Iris van Herpen; film by Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones.

Performance by Aya & Bambi, with choreography by Aya Sato and Ryan Heffington and costumes by Chalayan; film by Jacob Sutton.

Alexander McQueen
Choreographed and performed by Marie-Agnès Gillot in a costume by Alexander McQueen; film by Daniel Askill.

Stephen Jones Millinery
Performance by Nevena Jovanovic, with choreography by Jasmin Vardimon and costume by Stephen Jones Millinery; film by Matthew Donaldson. Created with Ford Vignale.

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