Canadian fashion brand Smythe is putting high fashion on the chopping block in its first-ever fashion films.
Created by Toronto agency Open, and production company Sons & Daughters, the two films draw inspiration from Smythe’s smart and clean approach to fashion and design. Amidst rustic surrounds, a model effortlessly chops wood and guts a fish while sporting creations from the line’s Fall 2012 collection.
As a nod to Smythe’s roots and the designers themselves, the films feature two strong women doing typical rugged Canadian activities. In conceiving the spots, Open sought to express the transformative effect the designers’ impeccable tailoring can have on a wearer and a general point of view on life – “Make Anything Spectacular”.