Sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey might have gotten their start in television earlier than ultimately forming their acclaimed music group Chloe x Halle, however their musical success has earned them the chance to tackle extra artistic initiatives. The 2 at the moment are in entrance of the digital camera as soon as once more, however this time it’s not for tv. Slightly, the 2 seem in a brief movie that visualizes a Nigerian folktale.
The challenge was shot as a part of their cowl story for the March 2021 challenge of Vogue. The brief is filmed on a rocky seashore, depicting the 2 sisters frolicking within the sand and carrying elegant robes. Chloe offers a narration of the fable titled “Why The Solar And The Moon Dwell In The Sky,” which describes origins of the solar, moon, and water.
The story begins by Chloe introducing the characters of water and solar, detailing how they got here to satisfy:
“It’s stated many, a few years in the past, the solar and the water had been nice buddies and each reside on the earth collectively. The solar would typically go to water, however water by no means visits solar. The curious solar requested, ‘Why?’ The solar replied, ‘If I go to you, my pal, I’ll drive you out of your own home as a result of I am going in every single place with my massive household.’ However solar insisted that water ought to go to, and water subsequently warned solar to construct a really massive home to accommodate his monumental household.”
The brief movie was directed by Julie Sprint, who famous that the 2 singers had been up for something. “The filming was bodily grueling,” Sprint stated. “Chloe and Halle needed to stroll half a mile throughout a stoney seashore, carrying lengthy robes, within the chilly morning and later within the warmth. I don’t suppose they knew they had been going to get moist, too. They by no means complained. I used to be very conversant in the sisters, however didn’t understand how candy they had been!”
Watch a clip of “Why The Solar And The Moon Dwell In The Sky” above.