Twenty Four Hours – a Glass fashion film by Alyssa Boni

FEATURING patent-red rain macs and matching shoes, Twenty Four Hours is an elusive story following a young woman in Barcelona, modelled by Lia Hannay Dietrich. Written and directed by Alyssa Boni, she explores the concept of travel, toying with the emotions of being in a new, unknown environment. Portrayed emotions of anonymity and escapism reflect the abstracted narration by acclaimed actress Victoria Emslie.

A shift from day to night brings new energy, emphasised with the progression of the music. Elongated leather boots and an embroidered-snakeskin coat continue the understated but chic aesthetic sported throughout the film. The introduction of new models brings a sense of connection, reflecting the acceptance felt when new environments become familiar.

By Todd Burns

Written and Directed by – Alyssa Boni
DOP – Claudio Napoli
Model one – Lia Hannay Dietrich
Model two – Anne Muursepp
Model three – Raissa Leme

Narration – Victoria Emslie
Stylist – Gina Cusachs
Make Up and Hair – Esther Monbel / Lara Guell / Regina Khanipova

Camera Operations – Javier Barrascout / Valeria Lattanzi / Concha Breda
Grade – Danny Wood at Envy
Music Composition – Culum Simpson
Type setting – Mark Nichols

Brands featured: Chanel, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Bottega Veneta, Miu Miu, Barbara Bui, Dans La Vie Trench, Sergio Rossi, Valentino, Christian Louboutin, Saskia Diez, Ming Yu Wang, Ellery, Xiao Li, Toga

With special thanks to Angela Martinez and Tammo Van Hoorn

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