CR Fashion Book’s recent photoshoot with Daft Punk and Milla Jovovich depict a sexy, fashion-forward spread with the hit robot duo. The shoot is inspired by the Random Access Memories album concept. Photography by Mathieu César.
The summer of Daft Punk doesn’t seem to be slowing down. The duo have been making headlines due to an appearance controversy with The Colbert Report’s Colbchella ‘013, and the recent announcement of their next single “Lose Yourself to Dance.”
The minds behind the chart-topping album, Random Access Memories, continue to make big impressions, even in the fashion world. CR Fashion Book’s Daft Punk and Milla Jovovich photoshoot is both edgy, sexy and fashion forward. A supermodel and.actress, Jovovich stood to be the ideal muse with both intense emotion and truly timeless beauty. This isn’t Jovovich’s only tie to the music industry, having performed a song with Puscifer on April 4th 2009 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles. Her performance on “The Mission,” can be heard on Puscifer’s 2010 album “C” is for (Please Insert Sophomoric Genitalia Reference HERE).
The photographs tells a futuristic story, having been inspired by the Random Access Memories concept. Both Daft Punk and Jovovich are wearing Saint Laurent.
“This album is about technology going toward humanity, in a world where humanity is going towards technology. We tried to capture robotic emotions with music, replacing this time our electronic machines by real human beings. After having made three albums, we were looking for a fourth album we had not yet done. We’ve been making music as Daft Punk for 20 years, and we are always trying to feel like beginners. Going in a studio for the first time felt exciting because it was something new. With ‘Random Access Memories,’ we ultimately decided we wanted to do a record we could not have done at home.” – Daft Punk
Photos by Mathieu César for CRFashionbook.com