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Capturing the essence of the Reiss culture, I Am Reiss explores what it means to work at Reiss and takes you on a journey through the business, from the design room to the shop floor and beyond. Meet members of the team, hear a little about their working day and learn what motivates them on a daily basis.
Director Barbara Anastacio captures a rare moment at the Paris studio French artist Pierre Soulages aka the “master of black” as he reflects on his 60-odd year career. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1EokmbX ___ Subscribe to NOWNESS here: http://bit.ly/youtube-nowness Like NOWNESS on Facebook: http://bit.ly/facebook-nowness Follow NOWNESS on Twitter: http://bit.ly/twitter-nowness Daily exclusives for the culturally curious: http://bit.ly/nowness-com Behind the scenes on Instagram: http://bit.ly/instagram-nowness Curated stories on Tumblr: http://bit.ly/tumblr-nowness Inspiration on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/pinterest-nowness Staff Picks on Vimeo: http://bit.ly/vimeo-nowness Follow NOWNESS on Google+: http://bit.ly/google-nowness
The Essence of Team short film provides an insight into the values which define the success of the Reiss team. See just some of the individuals who – through their diverse talents – form a unique part of our business.
In What to Wear to a Wedding, Reiss’ Head of Menswear Design, Alex Field, shows you how to dress for a big day in three very different ways. Shop the Video: https://www.reiss.com/mens-style-guide/what-to-wear-wedding/ View the Series: https://www.reiss.com/mens-style-guide/
The REISS How To video series is set to be your destination for relevant, timeless style tips. Presented by fashion expert and TV presenter, Louise Roe, it covers everything from event dressing to building a capsule workwear wardrobe. Tune in to the REISS channel to watch the series.
Creative Director Vicky Lawton of Hunger Magazine takes inspiration from the Reiss AW15 collection for this exclusive fashion film. https://www.reiss.com/
Vicky says “The collection is inspired by Pierre Soulages prints. I wanted to bring that thick brushstroke element to the film along with the interesting use of colour. The stark, white setting provides a contrast for the vivid colours. The models are free to interact with the paint and each other.”