“After Balenciaga, Sybilla is the only Spanish designer who really matters”, she has been the face of Spanish fashion for more than 30 years.

Born in New York and raised in Madrid, Sybilla came of age during la movida, the counterculture movement that rocked the post-Franco nation in the late 1970s and early ’80s. In only a few years, Sybilla’s popularity spread like wildfire and she started showing her collections in Paris, adding evening wear and cosmetics to her repertoire.

Moving Artifacts has designed several digital experiences to launch the evening wear collection named Sybilla Noche. A one-to-one campaign consisting on digital visual poems, wooden boxes functioning as catalogues and a movie filmed with a Super-8 camera.

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 ◆ Super-8 movie filmed with Hugo Pérez de la Pica