Lingerie and deadly kisses: weekend watch

A film made for fashion doesn’t necessarily have to follow a linear story. It can be about mood and visuals and general intrigue – as this one is. Made by Daniel Deville for Kiss Me Deadly lingerie, it’s the kind of video that’s enigmatic enough to draw you in and keep you watching, even though the themes of ritual, domination and sapphic sensuality come in flashes rather than a single story.

kiss me deadly lingerie video

You can draw your own conclusions about the story by watching the video above.

Via Fashion Copious.

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