Co is a Los Angeles-based womenswear brand founded in 2011 by Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern. The name Co reflects their creative partnership, which spans the worlds of fashion and film. But it also defines their design philosophy: to create a line of luxury essentials that together form a considered, cohesive wardrobe. Each collection includes elements of ease and polish, femininity and practicality, and is always characterized by fine fabrics, unique silhouettes, and a sense of grown-up sophistication. Co aims to design a new kind of essential, one that pushes the boundaries of how we define classic.
With their marriage on the rocks, a lesbian couple (Marisa Tomei and Elodie Bouchez) attempts to divide their assets through mediation. With each object, we get a comedic glimpse into their tumultuous relationship and the powerful role that possessions play in our lives.
Written and Directed by Stuart Blumberg. Featuring Marisa Tomei, Elodie Bouchez, Aubrey Plaza, and David Wain.
Mrs. Tependris, high-society doyenne and fictional alter ego of artist Konstantin Kakanias, is on one of her famous spa retreats - cryogenically frozen for chic posterity - when inspiration comes calling: it's time for a fashion comeback. With her assistant Pearl, her dog Pepe, and her sly sense of humor, Mrs. Tependris faces 20-ft. spiders and catwalk catastrophe on her fabulous journey from ice-cube to icon.
Created and illustrated by Konstantin Kakanias. Directed by The Pain. Written by Konstantin Kakanias, Justin Kern, and Melissa Stack.
Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter directs actress Elodie Bouchez in a dark, science fiction fantasy that follows a woman (Bouchez) as she fights to save a dying man of possibly extra-terrestrial origin. Shot on location in Marrakech, Morocco, the film was inspired by cult films of the 1970s such as The Hunger, Altered States, and The Man Who Fell to Earth.
Directed by Thomas Bangalter. Featuring Elodie Bouchez and Justin Kern.
Elodie Bouchez plays a woman torn between two love affairs in this stylistic homage to iconic 1970s films set in Los Angeles, such as The Long Goodbye and Shampoo.
Directed by Daryl Wein. Featuring Elodie Bouchez, Henry Gummer, and Justin Kern.