Wake up with ‘Mine’, a charming + cool interactive, motion-touch short by director duo Tell No One AKA Luke White + Remi Weekes. In it, you see underwear clad contemporary dancers from London’s Sadler’s Wells Theater, playing the game of chase, with grace + elegance + the help of a few designer friends.
The dancers moved wearing designer pieces that include Louis Vuitton, Kenzo + Maison Martin Margiela, since stylist Agata Belcen thought they should be ‘dressed in clothing capable of expressing emotion’, + that it does. Gender was indistinguishable, where one of the male dancers was put in a women’s look that included a Haider Ackermann dress, looking very sexy. Italian choreographer Paolo Mangiola was challenged by Tell No One to translate the frenzied desire of online gratification into an impassioned routine, with great success. As the dancers begin moving, there is a sense of restraint in movement, but as the clothing pieces start to appear then worn, a freedom emerges.