DRYKORN is a German-based label known for its metropolitan, reachable and progressive styles which project a certain cool snobbish edge. The brand’s 70’s luxury, preppy chic wardrobe and greaser rock & roll biker looks have grabbed the attention of media and fashionistas worldwide.

Like in most of the “Behind the scenes” videos, here we can also see that the models are actually “real” people. They have fun like we do, they push a motorcycle, they make funny faces, and they actually enjoy themselves while doing the movie. So, why the hell are models always obliged to look so scary and serious once they are on stage, or in the movie or doing a photoshoot?