4 P.M. Fashion Fix: Stuart Weitzman's "Walking After Midnight" Film Directed by James Franco

Stuart Weitzman melds the worlds of fashion and film through the talented eyes of director James Franco.

Always on the cutting edge, known for bringing sex appeal and classic American luxe to the shoe world, Stuart Weitzman enlisted Franco to direct a series of four vignettes starring supermodel Petra Nemcova.

Inspired by the ‘80s movie Mondo New York, with the modern remake of the classic Patsy Cline song, “Walking After Midnight” as the music, the film follows Nemcova on a midnight fantasy stroll of NYC's underground scene, with sexy Stuart Weitzman stilettos and boots taking the downtown streets by storm.

From Le Baron nightclub to Peels restaurant and Freeman’s Alley, the statement booties make their mark on the city's most sought-after spots, showing the Stuart Weitzman woman as one who can look fierce yet polished in her highest heels, from day to night.

This is the first of the “Walking After Midnight” four vignette series, with the next three episodes set to be released every Wednesday, and the entire film going live on October 26th.