Share The Road With Petra Collins In Drive Time
Let Petra Collins take you on a sunset cruise down the L.A. strip in her debut short film Drive Time. Featuring a female-powered cast of leading ladies ruling L.A.’s young art scene, the voices narrating belong to Cherry Glazerr’s Clementine Creevy, New York artist couple Erin and Sam Falls, Future Brown’s Asma Maroof, and Rookie Mag’s Arrow de Wilde alongside her photographer mom Autumn.
Drive Time pays homage to the City of Angels, as it’s stars talk about their love for the city, the difficulties they face being women in the arts, and how the support of a strong feminine creative group allows them to grow. Watch these ladies drive, read in poster-clad bedrooms, laugh on roof tops, and lay beneath trees in the California sun.
Commissioned by COS, the Swedish brand who only opened their first U.S. shop in Soho a few months ago, Petra teamed up with fellow director Aaron Rose, whose own short film The Bubble, shot on the East Coast at Max Fish serves as a healthy contrast to L.A.’s casual art scene.
We love everything touched by the hands of Petra Collins, so take a peek at Drive Time, and let that sheer, sweet California vibe win you over.