Dior and Daphne Groeneveld take us on an adorable ’60s jaunt through St. Tropez in their latest fashion film
Hearkening back to St. Tropez’s heyday, when pretty young French things would frolic on the white sand to the tunes of yé-yé stars, Dior Addict’s latest short film And Dior Created Woman pulls direct inspiration from Brigitte Bardot’s star-making film And God Created Woman.
All set to the new wave beat of Stereo Total’s “I Love You, Ono” and directed by Jonas Åkerlund, the two-minute short opens to flaxen-haired stunner Daphne Groeneveld dancing about in a high-waisted bikini. Then, after a quick costume change montage, she takes to the town in a very Bardot-esque black ensemble, making some exceptionally dapper and handsome friends along the way. (Also: a kitten!) The entire shindig hits its high peak as Groeneveld sashays into a bar in a red leather skirt, starting an impromptu dance party with her new friends. The film only leaves us with one question: is it too late to book a summer holiday to the French Riviera?
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