Watch: Lanvin's Fall Campaign Video Full of Real People (Not Models)


Yesterday, Lanvin released its fall-winter 2012 campaign video which, instead of models, features real people with all sorts of interests from all walks of life.

One woman collects salt and pepper shakers. Another man says that he really likes to eat frozen blueberries. A younger woman talks about an unspecified band she clearly despises, saying they're "Douchy, gross, masculine, like, in a bad way—just, like, ugh."

Our personal favorite? Former Apollo dancer, Jacquie “Tajah” Murdock, who ends the film saying, "Well I said that when I was 18 I wanted to go to Paris so he could turn it around and put the eight in front and the one behind it... Eight one, instead of one eight." You can hear Alber Elbaz say, "Paris is coming to you!" With a big "MWAH!" at the end.

Watch the incredibly quirky documentary-like video for yourself, here:

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