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all filmed by JEJ for FACADES

other videos

Video 1: Alex Mattsson - Video 2: Alex Mullins - Video 3: Astrid Andersen - Video 4: Chester  Barrie - Video 5: Christopher Raeburn - Video 6: Christopher Shannon - Video 7: CMMN SWDN - Video 8: Duchamp - Video 9: Ede & Ravenscroft - Video 10: Gieves & Hawkes

Video 11: Huntergather - Video 12: Katie Eary - Video 13: London Collections Men - Video 14: Lee Roach - Video 15: Liam Hodges - Video 16: Lou Dalton - Video 17: Louis Leeman Paris - Video 18: Maharishi - Video 19: Nazir Mazhar - Video 20: Nicomede Talavera

Video 21: Richard James - Video 22:  Rory Parnell Mooney - Video 23: Savile Row St James & Woolmark - Video 24: Souland - Video 25: Thomas Pink - Video 26: Topman Design - Video 27: Turnbull & Asser - Video 28: U Clothing - Video 29: Xander Zhou - Video 30: YMC


all filmed by JEJ for FACADES

other videos

Video 1: Y Project- Video 2:Walter Van Beirendonck- Video 3: Julien David- Video 4: Lacoste Event- Video 5: Andre Crews- Video 6: Boris Bidjan Saberi- Video 7: Julius- Video 8: MelindaGloss- Video 9:Juun J- Video 10: Sandro-

Video 11: Henrik Vibskov- Video 12: Songzio- Video 13: Marc-Antoine Barrois- Video 14: Officine Generale- Video 15: Agnes B- Video 16: No Editions- Video 17: Rynshu- Video 18: Cifonelli

Paris Haute Couture January2015 (Video Log)

all fillmed by JEJ for FACADES

other videos

Video 1: Alexander de Lima- Video 2: Antonio Ortega- Video 3: Atelier Gustavolins- Video 4: Bowie Wong- Video 5: Busardi- Video 6: Dice Hayek- Video 7: Frank Sorbier- Video 8: Georges Chakra- Video 9: Julien Fournie- Video 10: Kilian Shop Launch

Video 11: La Perla- Video 12: Lacoste Event- Video 13: Legends- Video 14: Norisol Ferrari- Video 15: Rad Hourani- Video 16: Ralph & Russo- Video 17: Serkan Cura- Video 18: Tran Thi Thanh Nga- Video 19: Yani- Video 20: Yiqing Yin

The Waldorf Project (chapter 2)

images 1, 3, 5 shot by JEJ

images 2 & 4 c/o Sean Rogg



A first of its kind fusion of interactive theatre, performance art/installation, culinary art, music, and fine wines. 
It's pioneering genius Sean Rogg is not just a film maker and nor  just a wine connoisseur, but a true artist.
Rogg has successfully managed to put together a tricky production with a successful outcome in putting together all aspects and ingredients for such an unforgettable experience.
Such a production and experience would always only work by keeping all its important factors, such as fine wine, tasty food offering, outstanding performers, perfect lighting, and suiting background music, no less. 
Hence, the asking price of this experience is quite justifiable and won't work or be good enough otherwise.
Kinda like a new escape from say corporate life and a stress reliever, as it categorically/seemingly transports you into another dimension. 
Each experience in a particular box/scene/stage may perhaps have gotten inspiration from a variety of films from the likes of Pasollini's "Salo" to that cult German flick "The Centipede". But all in a comfortable setting and process, that's quite enjoyable.
Personally -for someone who has lost ones sense of smell and taste blunted for life, I must say it all somehow came back in this experience.
Regardless if you appreciate art in whatever level, The Waldorf Project is an experience that one has to try.
And whether you like it or not, I would argue and defend it to anyone who says its pretentious bullshit.
Here's wishing you all the best Sean Rogg, we believe in you and love your work.
For more details check out the site www.waldorfproject.com
or simply all it's other reviews online 
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