Factoria Rent Me presents its new fall 2014-15 collection titled “Rabbitcorn“. A collection in teddy bear fur acting as the principal protagonist. As always, Carolina Diez brings a whimsical and fun element to her collections, with a conscious concept behind the designs. In this case, the teddy bear fur replaces the animals natural fur, all done in spirit of animal protection. What is human, how can we live in harmony with the animals? What is real, what is not? All ideas that appear apparent in Factoria Rent Me’s designs.
Hearing the calls of the Rabbitcorn which resonated in Los Angeles, transported the label to a sunny southern Californian environment full of young, fresh, positive charged air, where the campaign was shot.
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A Californian scientist focuses her life on the obsession to create the perfect “Rabbitcorn”. Her constant obfuscation on unicorns will lead her to experiment first with several number of animal species without success, leading to her an investment of all her entire capital,ending without a house and forced to live in a caravan.
After many failed attempts to creatively birth a Rabbitcorn, and on the verge of bankruptcy. She finally created the Rabbitcorn successfully, this genisis was the first its kind.
Across the oceans, there are several lovers seeking such a rare specimen. In the film one of them manages to buy online the onlyRabbitcorn in existence. Both characters speak intimately verbally as well as telepathically with our camera, explaining what things hold meaning for them. Their revolutionary conversation is filled with idealistic exchanges of how each of them found the Rabbitcorn and how their lives changed.
Rabbitcorn 2014. Los Angeles.
Directed by Rocio Mesa
Starring; Ashley Tran and Carolina D-C
Rabbits; Loreta and Lucinda
Executive producer; Andrés Rosende
Associate producers; Douglas Flahaut, Brice Hallock and George Kimmel IV
Costume designer: Carolina Diez-Cascón
Make-up artist; Martina di Napoli
Music: Esfera Lenticular Clouds
Graphics: Jose María Rubio