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Isabel Marant's First Foray into Film is Just What You'd Expect

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Isabel Marant, the creator of everyone's favorite wedge sneaker, entered film territory (as an executive producer) for the first time and the result is so her: It's as arty and indie as her ready-to-wear is. She lent her duds to the film, called Vis Á Vis, which features said duds as well as work by Serbian artist Marko Velk. The two minute short shows model Alexandra Tomlinson meandering New York, looking forlorn and pensive while experiencing "visceral ruminations." Find out what that means after the jump.

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