The actress Nora Zehetner has the same sort of classic and timeless beauty in the vein of Natalie Wood or a starlet from the '20s. She's collaborated with Melissa Coker of Wren and her friend and fellow actress Clemence Poesy to create a fashion film, Where Is That Script? The film is for Wren's Spring '15 line and is also Poesy's directorial debut. It was filmed entirely using a camera phone and has the nostalgic feel of an old home movie.
Poesy tells Harper's Bazaar of how she came to be involved in the project and the inspiration behind it.
Harper's Bazaar: How did this project come about for you?
Clémence Poésy: I have known Melissa Coker for a long time now and have loved watching the little films made for Wren every season—so I sort of just asked her if I could try directing one—and she said yes.
HB: What was your inspiration for the video?CP: Childhood—the endless, relentless, unbelievable magic of childhood.
HB: Why was Nora a good subject?CP: Because Nora has somehow managed to keep that magic as a grown up.