Soft atmosphere and blurry edges: are we living a dream?
Almost at the countdown’s end of the most horrific celebration ever, the most ’80s iconic villain is back to still scary whole generations: left Elm Street, Wes Kraven’s horrible creature terrorizes Catch me! (Don’t sleep)’s shoots.
Every time the eyes are closed, the nightmare begins: Freddy Krueger is ready to appear. There’s no way to escape from his sharp blades.
Too scary to get asleep, the main character tries to escape from her bad dreams, but channel surfing and coffee don’t help much. If the butcher’s attack comes during the REM phase, there’s no time to sleep.
Fear comes and gives to this battle against sleep the main role of this fashion editorial. What does it happen when insomnia takes the biggest part?
Paranoia comes to life and nothing seems like it is. The borders between dream and reality almost disappear. Knowledge vanishes and even the smallest hint of clarity of mind is lost permanently.
The whole aesthetics of Catch me! (Don’t sleep) is loyal to the movie release’s ages, because it’s clearly a quote of ‘80s. Sporty clothes, denim, sparkles and very colourful pattern shirts bring the iconic eighties clothes to the top, but always being in line with the fashion trends of this year.