KENZO has released a new short film, titled The Everything, as the directorial debut for the brand's co-creative director Humberto Leon.

Starring Milla Jovovich, Jay Ellis, Alexandra Shipp, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Sasha Frolova, Regina Hall, and with a special appearance by Spike Jonze, the film emphasizes the brand's FW18 collection, which celebrates cinema with vibrant colors and patterns. It also continues the label's tradition of producing special campaign films over the the past seasons.

The 30-minute feature above is a light-hearted drama about a family of teenagers who have unusual powers which eventually brings them together. Additionally, the film is accompanied with a corresponding editorial campaign captured by Ethan James Green to mimic the aesthetic of movie posters, while highlighting the cast, and selections from KENZO's FW18 line.

After enjoying the film, check out a recap of the premiere of The Everything at the Performance Space New York in the videos below.

In other style news, Sies Marjan brings out Kaia Gerber for its SS19 runway show.

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