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LOS ANGELES--It was an evening of film and fashion last night as L.A.’s style setters crowded into TENOVERSIX to fete What’s Up, a short film by Gia Coppola (Sofia's niece and mini-me) in collaboration with Wren’s Melissa Coker and styled by Lula Magazine’s Leith Clark (who unfortunately missed her flight and wasn’t able to join in on the fun). The film, which first debuted at New York Fashion Week spring 2012, follows the adorable and very bored Bella Zarember as she looks for ways to fight her ennui in the City of Angels. Rich and bored in LA? Sounds like a Coppola movie! And what do you do when you're a stylish bespectacled LA high schooler with time to kill? Change in and out of lots of different outfits (all Wren styled by Leith Clark) and accessories with jewelry from Wren x Fallon. “The clothes speak for themselves, so I just focused on everything else,” said Coppola, who, like the rest of us, cites aunt Sofia as her style idol.
Sofia Coppola's 24-year-old niece (and Francis Ford Coppola's granddaughter) Gia may be next in line to achieve fashion it girl status. Most recently, Whetherly's spring 2012 look book, in which Gia stars, just landed in our inbox, and it proves that in addition to directing cute fashion films, taking photos, acting and being enviably well-dressed all the time, she can model. Her fashion directorial debut was a short film for Zac Posen's Target collaboration two years ago starring girl group The Like. Posen once said, “She’s going to be the next Coppola force to be reckoned with.” And he is probably right. She has since directed two films for Opening Ceremony, one of which starred Kirsten Dunst and Jason Schwartzman; Orla Kiely's Spring 2011 short film and Wren's Spring 2012 short film. They all have a feminine, youthful California vibe with Sofia-esque themes and a timelessness that is pretty unique. You can check them all out here. She also told WSJ that she wants to do more narrative films and plans to direct a screen adaptation of James Franco's Palo Alto stories.
For the second time, designer Araks Yeramyan asked a bunch of industry creatives to collaborate on her look book. Each person selected an outfit from the line, styling and photographing it as they saw fit. Guest stars for Fall 2011 include model Coco Young, director Gia Coppola, designer Richard Chai and blogger Susie Bubble, amongst seven others. Despite the mishmash of personalities, the result is cohesive: the book conveys an off-the-cuff, dreamy feel.
The Newest Coppola: Gia Coppola shot the Zac Posen for Target video. Girl group The Like stars in the black and white film that was inspired by old Be