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Harmony Korine does Proenza Schouler

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Director Harmony Korine (Kids, Gummo) and Proenza Schouler teamed up to create Act Da Fool, a short film that makes its debut at today. Shot in Korine's hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, the movie was styled by Mel Ottenberg. We hear that label creative directors Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough gave Korine carte blanche to do whatever he pleased—which, if you're familiar with Proenza Schouler's glamazon-socialite image and the raw experimental work of Korine, may seem like a risque idea. Check out the result for yourself. [Racked Inbox]