The video itself could stand alone as a fashion film. I watched it three times (sound off), and I'm still seeing intimate details and of the clothes and characters she creates. The fashion in this video is the best of any so far. I'd rock that android-lost-on-a-dirt-road look any day. It kinda reminds me of my hometown, and of the abandoned robots in Artificial Intelligence. I like that combo. I was hoping Nicola Formichetti would post the fashion credits as he's done for many of her videos, but no dice so far. I'm pretty sure there's some McQueen in there, Mugler, and these amazing leather pieces by Zana Bayne.
Also, Jo Calderone makes an appearance. She already did this for Vogue Hommes, but I like the gender-fuck dynamic of her very feminine piano-pounding self interacting with her grungy, could-be-James-Dean-ish-if-he-wasn't-so-dirty side. Here's an interview* she did as a man:
*Interview source: Jezebel