“Falling High” is a project that stems from the strong influence of the Asian subcultures of the 1980s and 1990s. Among the inspirations is the aesthetics provided by the photography that circulated in China in those years, ranging from a very young Kar Wai to the already established Zhang Yimou. The 1980s/90s were the years of deconstructivism, a concept developed simultaneously in Japan with the triad consisting of Rei Kawakubo, Issey Miyake or Yohji Yamamoto, which revolutionised the way of thinking and which still today is a way to leave the boring everyday life behind.
CREATIVE + ART DIRECTION: PABLO ANDREOZZI
PHOTOGRAPHY + EDITING: ANTONIO CIRILLO
STYLING: MICHELA AURIEMMA
MODEL: ALESSANDRO BENCIVENGA