Females GazeA summer tale by Miu Miu

A rose tinted tale about two girls and a lucky pair of sunglasses.

Part of the Miu Miu heritage and aesthetic direction have always been the mesmerising cinematographic experiments, tales of unrestricted and unbound narrative that generated internationally acclaimed short films. The brand considers cinematic art as a natural language embracing various spheres, as sight and sound, that allow the creation of direct and immediate interaction with others, beyond fashion. These highly intense emotional connections are made possible through the involvement of some of the best talents on the scene and the fascinating cinematography that’s the footprint of the brand.

In coincidence with the launch of the lates eyewear creations, Miu Miu brought on our screens a tale about the daydreaming and the female gaze. Set in the sun-dappled gardens of a country house outside of Paris, Head In The Clouds tells the story of a chance encounter between two girls, Constance and Laura. As Constance loses her glasses during an argument with her boyfriend, Laura stumbles upon these, discovering a new captivating interest – seeing the world through Constance’s eyes. The glasses in question make everything look rose-tinted, opening a portal to mystery, fantasy and the possibility of seeing a beautiful and elusive new friend again.

Head In The Clouds is written and directed by Agostina Gálvez and stars Marylin Lima and Calu Rivero. It is inspired by the director’s love of vintage film posters. The cinematography is peculiar and combines images simultaneously in a manner that is at once poetic, cinematic and graphic.