The day the world went away: Weekend Watch

It’s hard to create a visually stunning video out of just a couple of models and a plain backdrop, but Pierre Debusschere does it brilliantly in this fashion film with styling by Melina Nicolaide. It’s short, sweet, creatively edited, and set to an a cappella cover of Nine Inch Nails’ The Day The World Went Away that sets its haunting quality in stone.

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