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Stuart Weitzman taps Poppy Delevinge and Dylan Penn for a sexy campaign short film

The two leggy blondes are playful and sexy in Julia Restoin Roitfeld's directorial debut

By Nalisa Alia Amin | Published: 30 Sep 2014

Video: Stuart Weitzman

Stuart Weitzman's campaign ads have always been saucy. So it's no surprise that the shoe brand has tapped art director and fashion photographer Julia Restoin Roitfeld to direct their Autumn Winter 2014 short film, Rock Roll Ride.

Starring socialite Poppy Delevingne and actress Dylan Penn, the sexy short film follows the stunning blondes as they ride bikes, cruise, and stroll around the countryside in killer thigh-high and moto boots while a remix of Lana Del Rey’s Ride plays in the background.

With noted creatives such as James Franco, Balthazar Klarwein and Nino Muñoz behind Stuart Weitzman's campaigns previously, this will be the first woman to direct the notable shoe brand. Inspired by vintage Playboy magazines, Julia went for a sexy 60s vibes with the pantless look and boots.

"I like the multiple screen because it really reminds me of the layout of vintage Playboys. I use them as references and I love when it creates a mystery where you see a little bit of that scene mixed with a little bit of that and the close-up on the lips. I just love this whole aesthetic," she says in an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip below:


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