In a series of three videos posted on YouTube on Friday 28 and the latest one on Sunday 31, Chanel House Ambassador Nana Komatsu discusses her fave Chanel editorials, fave Chanel clothes and accessories and answers a flow of questions in a Q&A with actor Hio Miyazawa as the interviewer.
Below is a selection of vidcaps, a summary of the interview with selected answers (English) plus the original links to the YouTube clips.
Because of the covid-19 pandemic the Japanese film industry underwent a great number of cancellations and postponements. Though Ito should normally hit theaters on August 21, the 4 months delay (initial date was April 24) made it necessary to launch another promo campaign with new material and events.
Consequently and 6 weeks from its new nationwide theatrical release the production provided a new clip, a music video with footage from the film and the making of. The track is a (long) cover version of Miyuki Nakashima’s song performed by Masaki Suda and Huwie Ishizaki.
“198201111959” is a fashion/culture mag founded by former Free Magazine chief-editor Junsuke Yamazaki. Volume 3 has just been published and this special edition includes a set of three photobooks. Book #2 has photographer Daisuke Hamada revisit Martin Margiela creations from the seventies to the early 2000s, for this he shot actress and model Nana Komatsu.
198201111959 vol.3 is available from most bookstores in Japan and can also be purchased online: Nubian – Aoyama Book Center etc…
Back in 2010, 14-year-old Komatsu Nana was a burgeoning model from 3BJunior, the underage section of Stardust Promotion Agency. In June, she appeared on the cover of 今着たいおでかけゆかた (literally ‘the yukata you want to wear when going out’) for its July issue, promoting the Lena Fujii Summer Collection of yukata and kimono. Her name appeared in the credits on page 2…
Details: photos by Kyoto Marubeni Co.Ltd – Mook #880, 30 July 2010 – published by ブティック社 – ISBN978-4-8347-5880-1
The movie was initially scheduled for a nationwide release on April 24 but the pandemic and the ensuing state of emergency led the production to postpone everything.
News from the Official Film Site: people who previously bought tickets are informed they will be valid for the August release. Also, Suda Masaki and Komatsu Nana both commented on the crisis and the changes it brought to everyone, hoping the release of the movie would help people to connect and find a way to normal life. Here is a collection of HQ stills from the film and the ‘making of’ to celebrate.
In 2016, actress and model Komatsu Nana starred in Spoiled Innocence, a new clip by popular Taiwanese singer songwriter Yoga Lin. The official music video was released on YouTube by HIM International Music on June 16 then a short making of documentary became available soon after on July 5.
Spoiled Innocence is the short-lived romance between a young woman and the owner of a food stall lost somewhere on a harbour. You can check the lyrics there: In My Melody (Chinese and English)