With the coming of autumn, the mind shifts to the drawing in of the evenings, the slow decay of nature and the mist hanging over the wet grass in the morning. So after the sun-infused joie de vivre of summer and its colours, Chateau Orlando decamps to Buscot Park in Oxfordshire, England as the setting for a photo and video campaign for their Fall/Winter 22 collection, orchestrated by K-448 Agency.
The Creative director was Luke Edward Hall, filmographer was Moses Fiddian-Green, with photos by William Waterworth and styling by Letizia Allodi for the campaign called ‘Theatre Orlando’. The vibrancy of Chateau Orlando design stands in contrast to the gentile, sepia-toned history of the National Trust’s stately home. A theatrical treatment of a collection bursting with life and a location, laden with history and atmosphere.