Gia Coppola

Gia Coppola is a fashion filmmaker and photographer who’s directed shorts for the likes of Opening Ceremony, Diane von Furstenberg and Zac Posen.

Gia Coppola, with her unique perspective on America’s youth, made her mark on the fashion film industry at just 22 years of age. Her impeccable aesthetics and heavily stylized cinematography gave Coppola a foundation upon which she built the tone for a new breed of fashion film.

Gia has directed shorts for leading designers including Zac Posen and Diane Von Furstenberg, along with her star-studded film for Opening Ceremony’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection. Entitled “Non Plus One”, the film featured Hollywood starlet Kirsten Dunst and Jason Schwartzman.

In keeping with her unique portrayal of suburban youth, Gia directed the 2011 short “What’s Up” for Los Angeles label, Wren. The film debuted as part of New York Fashion Week in September and was screened at Portable’s Fashion on Film event alongside work from leading directors including Alexander Haessner, Columbine Goldsmith and Zaiba Jabbar.

Gia was a featured speaker at the New York edition of the Curator’s Conference in 2012.