Coco de Mer is delighted to launch its latest film capturing the essence of the Coco de Mer experience. The film takes place in a dark sumptuous gallery space, reminiscent of Coco de Mer’s internationally renowned London boutique, where Neo-classical meets Baroque in the look and feel of the dramatic film.
Directed by award winning director Vicky Lawton, the viewer is swept through an opulent exhibition of products in all their splendour, the camera twisting and turning through surreal rooms where models become deities. This is the modern Pantheon of Coco de Mer.
Coco de Mer’s luxurious products are highlighted throughout the rooms from toys to massage oils, bondage, lingerie and latexwear. A subtle nod to those who follow the Coco de Mer story, the film is inspired by previous shoots - showcasing the statues and setting from AW15, the grandeur and opening of the gates from SS16, the Pleasure Garden inspired scene from AW16, the snakes from SS17 and the museum displays from the Exquisite Curiosities shoot of The Pleasure Collection.
Lucy Litwack, CEO of Coco de Mer said: “We really wanted to produce a short film which completely captured the decadent, luxurious and beautiful world of Coco de Mer. Somewhere for people to explore their deepest desires. Somewhere to inspire exploration, excitement and pleasure. Somewhere that empowers and delights. I believe that we have achieved this with our latest film.” Commenting, Vicky Lawton: “Working with Coco de Mer on their brand film has provided the opportunity to explore a series of surreal vignettes -where the models are exploring an archive of products. Beautiful, luxurious and all about evoking a vivid dream or memory - it was my pleasure to bring the brand’s heritage to life.”