Prada and Wes Anderson have come together once more to create a little movie magic, and trust, the 8-minute short below has all the ingredients to make a cinephile or sartorial devotee swoon. Castello Cavalcanti, the latest project from the luxe fashion house and esteemed American director, is an on-screen adventure worthy of a seatbelt.
The film takes us to Italy in the '50s, with Jason Schwartzman (naturally) as the quirky lead. Hues of yellow and red saturate the fast-paced clip that shows race-car driver Schwartzman fleeing the scene of a crash. We can't see much of the Prada designs yet — at least for the ladies — but the Anderson aesthetic we love so much is impossible to miss.
While you'd have to be at the Rome Film Festival to view the debut in person, you can still check out the short in its entirety below, or on the Prada website.