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Lawler Duffy "Going Out"

Director, Darren Statman has recently completed “Going Out” a brand film for Lawler Duffy, the British men’s footwear brand. Shot on a new Olympus OMD E-M5, the project is a hybrid of a look book, print collection, POS, and brand film. The film premiered on the Lawler Duffy website. The ménage à trois storyline takes inspiration from “Jules et Jim”, the French New Wave film directed by François Truffaut. The feel of the piece matches the iconic brand’s ethos of the “raw British creativity of the late 1980s,” punk and New Wave, plus a hint of New York City’s legendary nightclub CBGBs. Loco colourist, Jon Davey worked closely with Darren to enhance the look of the film — desaturating, increasing contrast, adding vignettes and adjusting depth of field to carefully direct the viewer’s gaze at each image and throughout the piece. Darren is already looking working on further collaborations to introduce Lawler Duffy’s summer collection.

Advertiser

Advertiser: Lawler Duffy

Creative Agency

Creative Director: Richard Groom

Music and Sound

Performer: The Tea Street Band

Song: Disco Lights

Offline

Edit Company: The White House

Editor: Stephen Dunne

Post Production / VFX

Colourist: Jon Davey

Post Production House: Loco

Production Company

Director: Darren Statman

Photographer : Darren Statman

Category: Clothing/fashion, Shoes

Genre: Fashion & Beauty, People, Photography, Storytelling