Glamour Death Transformation
This short, stop motion film about a party gone awry is made up of over 2000 still images of fashion and decadence and was originally created as a university project by stylist and artist Masha Orlov and photographer Silja Magg. The images were featured in a photo story for the 2nd issue of the magazine, TIWIMUTA (This Is What It Made Us Think About). The finished film was used as a video for the song "Imperials" by Ratatat.
Masha Orlov’s expertise is rooted in fashion, and the breadth of its iterations. Her range of work in the field has spanned styling, wardrobe design, trend consulting, forecasting, and beyond. After two years of styling and writing for Self Service in Paris under Suzanne Koller, Masha moved on to become the fashion director of Crash magazine. She has contributed to a variety of publications, such as Purple Fashion, Numero Tokyo, Self Service, Vogue Russia, Dazed & Confused, V, and WWD among many. Masha has worked on campaigns and consulted for such brands as Christian Lacroix, Issey Miyake, Alain Mikli. Jeremy Scott, Zac Posen, Macys, Stussy, Ebel and Schwarzkopf. She’s also worked with numerous musicians and celebrities including Kim Gordon, Rihanna, Chloe Sevigny, Natasha Khan, Sigur Ros, and Something A La Mode.