Super slo-mo fashion on ice

Every day this week fashion website Fantastic Man’s Daily Recommendations page will showcase a short film by Dutch art duo Lernert & Sander, each of which showcases a particular look modelled by an ice skater doing his thing in super slow-motion…

Every day this week fashion website Fantastic Man‘s Daily Recommendations page will showcase a short film by Dutch art duo Lernert & Sander. Each film showcases a particular look modelled by an ice skater doing his thing in super slow-motion…

The Upright Catch-foot Spin from FANTASTIC MAN on Vimeo.

Yesterday’s film featured Olympic figure skater Lawrence Evans (above) performing an upright catch-foot spin in a sparkly v-neck jumper and T-shirt by Prada, with leggings by Pamela Mann – and today’s film (below) features Thomas Naylor doing an open upright spin (again in super slo-mo) whilst sporting a black leather jumpsuit and roll-neck by Hermés, black leather gloves by Dunhill and a BX-1 full-face black motorcycle helmet by Box Helmets via Infinity Motorcycles:

The Open Upright Spin from FANTASTIC MAN on Vimeo.

Three more similar films are due to drop, one a day for the rest of the week, each filmed using a Photron Fastcam BC2 HD camera which captures an impressive two-thousand frames per second. What you see in each film is but a split second stretched out to around one minute.

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CREDITS:

Production company White Lodge
Executive producer Stephen Whelan
Producer Serena Noorani
Cameraman Bjorn Bratberg

Styling Jodie Barnes
Grooming Kenichi at Caren
Styling assistance Joe Porritt
Grooming assistance Ellie Gill

Original music Danny Calvi
Editor Arno Ouwejan
Post production The Mill
Thanks to MPC

 

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