Snakes and Ladders Music Video Captures pop artist Ivy Mae’s nostalgic flair.


London-based fashion icon in-the-making and pop artist; Ivy Mae, has delivered a sumptuous new music video for her latest release: “Snakes and Ladders”, which perfectly captures her retro-inspired style. Filmed on a 35mm camera by the Parisian filmmaker Les Mauvaises Filles, the music video complements Ivy’s nostalgic flair and showcases it on screen for all to see. The result is a captivating viewing experience.



 

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