Oscar-winning director Michel Hazanavicius styles Georgia May Jagger and Jean Reno in Harper's Bazaar shoot inspired by The Artist
Georgia May Jagger and actor Jean Reno have been given a Twenties silent movie-inspired makeover in a shoot for the newest issue of U.S. Harper's Bazaar.
The fashion spread was styled by The Artist director Michel Hazanavicius, who won an Oscar last night for the hit film.
The story, titled: What's In A Mime, sees actor Mr Reno dressed as a top-hatted
magician, with the model daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall as his glamorous flapper girl
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Flapper fashion: Actor Jean Reno and model Georgia May Jagger star in a Harper's Bazaar shoot styled by Oscar-winning director of The Artist, Michel Hazanavicius, which paid tribute to the era of silent cinema
Shot by Max Farago, the piece also
features world-renowned mime artist Ivan Bacciocchi, who is turned into a rabbit by Mr Reno after he dares to falls in love with the magician's girl.
The shoot reflects the trend for Twenties fashion, with sequined gowns sourced directly from the spring/summer 2012 collections of leading designers.
Gold mime: World-renowned performance artist Ivan Bacciocchi also features in the shoot and is turned into a white rabbit by the jealous magician played by Jean Reno when he falls in love with his muse
Inspired: Michel Hazanavicius poses with his Oscar trophy, which he was awarded last night
Dresses by Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Burberry Prorsum and Alberta Ferretti are all used in the piece.
Dazzling Art Deco-inspired headwear by Jennifer Behr and Ellen Christie complete the look.
In the accompanying behind-the-scenes
video, Miss Jagger expresses how she got a kick out of wearing the
'I love how over-the-top and
glamorous it is… it's so fun to dress up in the diamonds and feathers
and headbands, hat and gloves,' she said.
Mr Reno also reveals how the shoot had particular resonance, reminiscing how he first watched legendary mime artist Marcel Marceau while in the army.
He said that he remembers thinking that 'everything is possible if you have talent' after watching the star.
Mr Hazanavicius's collaboration with the fashion glossy is the latest in an influential line of major productions to be inspired by the period.
Flapper fashion is making an impact everywhere from television series Downton Abbey, to the upcoming big-screen version of The Great Gatsby – and continues to influence designers in the autumn/winter 2012 collections.