Piano coccinelle : Molitor and its fashion

Released on August 20th, french singer Janie’s last music video channeled eye candy visuals featuring bikinis from french clothing brand Rouje. Sporting the colourful aura of a 70’s It Girl through wide-ranging patterns and shapes, the singer unleashed lost beats and fashions in her awaited single “Piano Coccinelle”. Taking shape in hues of blues and yellows, this song will be available on soon-to-be-released album “TOUJOURS DES FLEURS”, contrasting a simplicity the singer is used to with hyper colourful shots and eclectic swimsuits, taking her groovy styles further with fried-eggs bikini tops paired with bright blue eyeshadows. Taking her music video’s strength in these poolside apparels, Janie brings back textured and colourful bathing caps, a refreshing trend we’ll gladly get behind. The music video is shot by Elisa Baudoin, a french photograph and filmmaker vowing a special love to surrealist movements and pre-1980’s cinema, a young and emerging talent the singer has worked with before. Allying Baudoin’s retro universe with Janie’s sense of lyrical emphasis, “Piano Coccinelle” is a breath of fresh air for both music and fashion scenes.“[This music video is] a homage to colours, to bodies, to summer and of course, to this music, to the story of this small ladybug who landed on my piano and who found its way back to my arm on the day of the shooting.” It is above all a reverence to Molitor, a 16th arrondissement based pool inaugurated in 1929, famous for the many lives it has since held. Among many others, its “Water Day” celebrations stayed notorious over the years, as attendants could recall how the usual swimsuit contest and beauty pageant held on that occasion saw, in 1946, the first bikini walking its runway. As an anecdote, we’ll just say this “peachy” bathing costume left the audience rather dumfounded, for its lack of coverage did not convey to its time. Nevertheless, its creator Louis Réard entertained the guests of this prominent mirage of an ocean before opening his own bikini shop. The pool ran socialite life and gatherings from its opening to the 70’s, becoming a ice skating rink in the winters. “Piano coccinelle” is now available on youtube and other platforms, while Janie’s new album “TOUJOURS DES FLEURS” will be released on October 1st.

Released on August 20th, french singer Janie’s last music video channeled eye candy visuals featuring bikinis from french clothing brand Rouje. Sporting the colourful aura of a 70’s It Girl through wide-ranging patterns and shapes, the singer unleashed lost beats and fashions in her awaited single “Piano Coccinelle”. Taking shape in hues of blues and yellows, this song will be available on soon-to-be-released album Molitor 2”, contrasting a simplicity the singer is used to with hyper colourful shots and eclectic swimsuits, taking her groovy styles further with fried-eggs bikini tops paired with bright blue eyeshadows. Taking her music video’s strength in these poolside apparels, Janie brings back textured and colourful bathing caps, a refreshing trend we’ll gladly get behind. The music video is shot by Elisa Baudoin, a french photograph and filmmaker vowing a special love to surrealist movements and pre-1980’s cinema, a young and emerging talent the singer has worked with before. Allying Baudoin’s retro universe with Janie’s sense of lyrical emphasis, “Piano Coccinelle” is a breath of fresh air for both music and fashion scenes.“[This music video is] a homage to colours, to bodies, to summer and of course, to this music, to the story of this small ladybug who landed on my piano and who found its way back to my arm on the day of the shooting.” It is above all a reverence to Molitor, a 16th arrondissement based pool inaugurated in 1929, famous for the many lives it has since held. Among many others, its “Water Day” celebrations stayed notorious over the years, as attendants could recall how the usual swimsuit contest and beauty pageant held on that occasion saw, in 1946, the first bikini walking its runway. As an anecdote, we’ll just say this “peachy” bathing costume left the audience rather dumfounded, for its lack of coverage did not convey to its time. Nevertheless, its creator Louis Réard entertained the guests of this prominent mirage of an ocean before opening his own bikini shop. The pool ran socialite life and gatherings from its opening to the 70’s, becoming a ice skating rink in the winters. “Piano coccinelle” is now available on youtube and other platforms, while Janie’s new album “Molitor 2” will be released on October 1st.

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