WATCH Bicester Village's super-cute film inspired by Oscar winning movie 'The Artist'

20 April 2012

 

 

Every day Grazia Daily is inundated with missives from PR's urging us to write about their new product/fashion show/website/event – and fair enough, as bringing you the latest on all things fashion is kinda what we are here for after all! We must admit though, we do suffer from press release fatigue from time to time, which is why receiving this super-chic film - produced by designer outlet destination Bicester Village, as part of their 'The Art of Detail' campaign to promote their high-end accessories offering - really made our day.

Inspired by the hit silent movie 'The Artist', which swept the board at this years Academy Awards, the short film, directed by Clark Edwards, depicts a 1920's Hollywood starlet being served up a selection of glamourous accessories by handsome waiters as she lounges by a pool (that looks a lot like the Chateau Marmont in LA). As in 'The Artist', the star of this film is our heroine's trusty (and tres adorable) hound Rex, who models some very stylish necklaces!

And for a list of the brands who have an outlet at Bicester (they really cover the full gamut of designers – Celine, Dolce & Gabbana, Mulberry and Charlotte Olympia, who has just opened a pop up store, to name a few), click here: www.bicestervillage.com. We feel a shopping spree coming on...!


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