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Article Published on: 07TH APR 2023 | www.thailandfashionweek.org
This season Malan Breton revisits his love of vintage Hollywood film, with a message of hope for a world that has been heavily affected by the current global pandemic. Breton offers colour, stones, and fine details in Men’s and Women’s Couture, and Couture Jewelry. In colours that invite good fortune, in shades that lighten the heart. Breton with his team researched colours that soothe the senses, and infused them into three of the most beautiful sets in the world. The Vanderbilt Museum, Grand Central Station, and Taipei, Taiwan.
Featured in the video is the Great Grandaughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt, Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin. Cornelius built Grand Central Station in the late 1800’s. Grand Central station is one of the most iconic locations in the world hosting millions of visitors daily travelling to and from NYC. In this message of hope Breton, Also a top ten recording artist in Europe, working with producers Giovani Damiani (Miley Cyrus “Wrecking Ball”, Lana Del Rey “Born to Die”), and Alex Davies (Kodaline, Birdy) created a soundtrack for the short film featuring the voices of Malan Breton and Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin, using the traditional seasonal song of hope “I’ll be Home for Christmas” with a full orchestra, and new arrangement especially created for Breton.
The film Directed by award winning film director Rafael Feldman (“Mona Lisa”) With gowns in silk, pailletes made of recycled paper, and sequins, hand woven brocades, and dipped metal buttons, Breton creates a couture fantasy for both man and women. His latest venture into jewelry features some of the largest precious stones in the world. Rubies, emeralds, sapphires, and diamonds set in platinum, and white gold hand crafted by some of the worlds foremost artisans.