Dream Nation – Fashion Label Film by Jan Macierewicz

Dream Nation is a young eco streetwear brand established in Warsaw. It’s part of a new generation of labels in the fashion industry taking responsibility and committed to sustainability.

Dream Nation believe in putting something in when putting something on. That’s why their  colour-rich geometric patterns  are printed only on organic cotton and bamboo fiber. Their collection for women and children is bold, confident and comfortable.

The label’s latest collection, Plan, is captured by photographer Antek Bonczyk. The Campaign is composed by  dynamic images  and video directed by Jan Macierewicz. The collaged portrait series stars the  beautiful Natalia. Visual concept of  advertorial is the work of talented team, stylist Sara Milczarek and set designer Natalia Kacper Mleczak.

The movie Plan was taken on a digital camera Canon 5D but for the number of shots  Janek  Macierewicz and Bolek Kielak used also Pentakon SIX TL. By directing digital camera on the ground glass they achieved unique, deep and noble image.

Dream Nation – PLAN – dir. Jan Macierewicz from Jan Macierewicz on Vimeo.

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