Kenzo's Humberto Leon To Make Directorial Debut

Kenzo's Humberto Leon To Make Directorial Debut

"The Everything" will debut during New York Fashion Week.

"The Everything" will debut during New York Fashion Week.

Text: Lilly Pace

Humberto Leon, designer and co-creative director of French luxury fashion house Kenzo, has written and produced his first film. Titled "The Everything", the 27-minute film is described as “a light-hearted drama about a family of teenagers with unusual powers that bring them together.” Milla Jovovich stars as the matriarch to a group of children played by young actresses Alexandra Shipp, Kodi Smit-McPhee, and Sasha Frolova. Pieces from Kenzo's Fall/Winter 2018 collection and La Collection Memento No. 3 will be worn and featured in the fashion film.

"The Everything" is the seventh installment in the series of campaigns created by Leon and co-creative director Carol Lim since their arrival at Kenzo in 2011. Previously, writers and directors such as Natasha Lyonne, Gregg Araki, and Sean Baker produced the French brand's films.

The mini drama is set to premiere on September 7 during New York Fashion Week.

Credits: Images Via Humberto Leon, Alexandra Shipp, Milla Jovovich

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