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Where fashion, dance and film unite

Prada; CHOREOGRAPHers Dancers of Tanztheater Wuppertal; Director Kevin Frilet Gareth Pugh; Choreographer Wayne McGregor; Director Ruth Hogben Calvin Klein Collection; Choreographer Jonah Bokaer; Dancer Julie Kent; Director Daniel Arsham Iris van Herpen; Choreographer Russell Maliphant; Directors Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones Chalayan; ChoreographerS Aya Sato and Ryan Heffington; Director Jacob Sutton Alexander McQueen; CHOREOGRAPHER and DANCER Marie-Agnès Gillot; Director Daniel Askill Stephen Jones Millinery; Choreographer Jasmin Vardimon; Director Matthew Donaldson Movement is presented by Another Magazine with Ford Vignale. Created in collaboration with Sadler’s Wells


Movement: Where fashion, dance and film unite The relationship between fashion and dance is long and entwined, unfolding on stages and catwalks in an ever-evolving conversation. Devised by Jefferson Hack, MOVEment sprang from a desire to see choreographers and designers working together in the medium of film, and thinking about the body in relation to the camera. The designers who were asked to create bespoke costumes for the choreographers and dancers are all natural storytellers, with a keen instinct for collaboration and experimentation. Partnered with luminaries from the world of dance, and some of the most exciting and visionary directors working today, the resulting films make for a timely and inspiring update of the long-standing dialogue between fashion and dance. Though they present very different visions, running through each collaboration is a profound and artistic engagement with the body in motion. “There has always been an incredible historical dialogue between fashion and dance, because they are both art forms that deal with pushing boundaries and because they both deal with the body. For the video age that we are in, I wanted to make a survey uniting the best of fashion, dance and film for a series of performance pieces, commissioned for the screen and not really about the live element. How would that change the dynamics? It was really important for me to partner with Alistair Spalding and the team at Sadler’s Wells for their expert counsel on making these pairings. Some were blind dates and some were existing relationships, but all were paired to bring something new and original to the table.” Jefferson Hack, Co-founder and Group Editorial Director of Dazed Group

“Dance has always been open to collaboration; it can rarely exist on its own. With fashion, it shares a strong relationship with the body, its movement and one’s sense of identity. While rooted in history, both art forms are equally at the forefront of what’s new and constantly moving forward. The fruits of creative partnerships between dance artists and fashion designers are usually seen in performances that are, by nature, ephemeral, so we were really excited by Jefferson’s idea to crystallise these collaborations through the eyes of highly talented filmmakers. The resulting films are inspiring and we are delighted to have assisted AnOther’s team with bringing the project to life.” Alistair Spalding, Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Sadler’s Wells

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CHOREOGRAPHers Dancers of Tanztheater Wuppertal Director Kevin Frilet

Ten dancers of the legendary Tanztheater Wuppertal celebrate the magic of the everyday in an emotional ballet of personalities and relationships

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In 1978, Miuccia Prada began designing for the family business founded by her grandfather in 1913. Since taking the helm of the Italian brand, she has turned it from an accessories business into a fashion house, achieving international recognition for her radically innovative approach. Her intellectual style and sincere engagement with artistic creativity is explored through her fashion shows, collections and films. In 1993, she established the Fondazione Prada with her husband and business partner Patrizio Bertelli, intending to “analyse present times through the staging of contemporary art exhibitions”. Her work across the disciplines of both fashion and art has resulted in international awards and acclaim from both fields.

Opposite page: (Clockwise from bottom) Anna wears crystal embroidered coat, sleeveless jacquard jumper, wool trousers, leather belt and boots; Paul wears kid mohair jacket, sleeveless jacquard jumper and shorts, cotton shirt and leather sandals; Julie wears long chiffon dress with micropleats, jacquard briefs (worn underneath), chiffon scarf and crystal embroidered shoes; Scott wears jacquard jumper, striped shirt, wool trousers, leather belt and leather moccasins; Fernando wears blouson with stitching detail, cashmere jacquard shorts and leather sandals; Eddie wears wool suit with stitching detail, sleeveless jacquard jumper, printed shirt, leather belt and boots; Julie wears sleeveless jacquard jumper and briefs (worn underneath), pleated chiffon skirt and scarf and leather sandals

Performance: Clémentine Deluy, Scott Jennings, Daphnis Kokkinos, Eddie Martinez, Thusnelda Mercy, Julie Shanahan, Julie Anne Stanzak, Fernando Suels Mendoza, Anna Wehsarg, Paul White. French director Kevin Frilet worked as an assistant director for Christopher Nolan and Luc Besson before making his directorial debut with Under, a mesmerising vision of submerged bodies in motion, on NOWNESS in 2014. Fallen is the Paris-born filmmaker’s first collaboration with AnOther Magazine. 2

Photography Albrecht Fuchs Styling Agata Belcen and Nell Kalonji

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(Centre) Daphnis wears sleeveless cashmere jacquard jumper and briefs (worn underneath), long chiffon pleated skirt and leather sandals

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Daniela wears jersey cord stretched around body

Choreographer Wayne McGregor Director Ruth Hogben

Bodies are abstracted, enmeshed and transported into the unknown, in this fluid choreography of linear distortions and brittle textures

Performance Louis McMiller, Daniela Neugebauer, James Pett, Fukiko Takase English-born fashion designer Gareth Pugh made his industry debut in 2005 when he showed with Fashion East at London Fashion Week. His work over the past decade has redefined modern luxury through its experimental use of materials. Renowned for his creations of sculptural forms and their dramatic presentation both on the runway and through film, Pugh first collaborated with Ruth Hogben in autumn/winter 09 for a landmark film screening in lieu of a fashion show. They have since become regular creative partners, most recently on the film that opened his autumn/winter 15 runway show. Wayne McGregor CBE is a multi-award-winning choreographer and director, esteemed for his physically testing choreography and ground-breaking collaborations across dance, film, music, visual art, technology and science. He is Artistic Director of Studio Wayne McGregor, Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet and Associate Artist for Sadler’s Wells. He and Pugh are long-time collaborators, having worked together on McGregor’s 2012 production of Carbon Life and more recently Pugh’s spring/summer 15 presentation. Ruth Hogben is a filmmaker and photographer based in London, whose work has been published in magazines such as AnOther, Dazed, LOVE and W. She has created films and commercials for brands such as Christian Dior Parfums, Fendi, Hugo Boss, Louis Vuitton, Gareth Pugh, Alexander McQueen and MAC Cosmetics, and directed videos for international music artists Lady Gaga and Kanye West. 6

Photography Timo Wirsching Styling Katie Shillingford

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Hair Naoki Komiya at Julian Watson Agency; Make-up Alex Box; Set design Thomas Petherick; Photographic assistant Julian Maehrlein; Retouching James Midwinter; Styling assistant Isabelle Sayer; Hair assistant Sky Cripps Jackson; Make-up assistant Mika; Set design assistants Alice Andrews, Ciara Helpin, Frances Hammerton; Production Drue Bisley

James wears transparent straw fur


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Julie wears asymmetric double-faced top and cropped trousers

Dancer Julie Kent Choreographer Jonah Bokaer Director Daniel Arsham

A man and a woman embark on a celestial journey in this lyrical union of disciplines and geometric shapes

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In the early 1990s, Francisco Costa moved from Brazil to New York with the intention of designing for a large fashion house. After working at Gucci under Tom Ford and Balmain Couture, he was appointed Women’s Creative Director of Calvin Klein Collection in 2004 and quickly achieved critical acclaim. From his spring/summer 08 collection presented in a Martin Creed live art show to his limited-edition Ellsworth Kelly collaboration in 2013, Costa’s interest in the arts and their influence on his fashion is ever-present. Julie Kent is the longest-serving ballerina in American Ballet Theatre’s 75-year history. She has danced the entire repertoire of classical roles, had countless new works created for her by leading choreographers and received numerous awards over the past three decades. Her international performing career includes invitations from the world’s best theatres and starring roles in films such as Dancers (1987) and Center Stage (2000). The mother of two has helped redefine the image of the American ballerina. Jonah Bokaer was born to Tunisian and American parents and has been active as a choreographer since 2002. He has created 55 works in a wide range of mediums, such as film, opera, app, and art installation, and has toured and exhibited his work internationally. He and Daniel Arsham began collaborating in 2007. Daniel Arsham was raised in Miami and attended the Cooper Union in New York City. His artwork challenges viewers’ expectations of their surroundings and has led to a number of multi-disciplinary collaborations. These include designing theatre sets for the legendary choreographer Merce Cunningham, a sustained performance collaboration with the choreographer Jonah Bokaer, an architecture and design firm called Snarkitecture and, most recently, a film production company entitled Films of the Future. 10

Photography HART+LËSHKINA Styling Nell Kalonji

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Hair Felicia Nelson; Set design Bagi Gorgioski, Camilo Cadena, Nathan Abbe; Tailor Guillermo Molina; Styling assistants Kat Banas, Kelsey Guba; Production Courtney Andrialis 12

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Carys wears metallic black liquid dress

Choreographer Russell Maliphant Directors Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones

Visible and invisible forces, liquid darkness and dazzling light swirl around a mysterious, suspended form

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Performance Carys Staton Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen is renowned for the innovation and craftsmanship of her fabrics, and for incorporating technology into her work and presentations. Her consistently modern approach to fashion, art and technology has defined her as a pioneer of the avant-garde across all three disciplines and she was the first designer to bring 3D-printed garments to the runway. An early passion for dance ignited an ongoing engagement with the arts, and, since founding her eponymous label in 2007, she has collaborated with leading choreographers including Benjamin Millepied and Nanine Linning. Russell Maliphant is a celebrated choreographer/director and performer. He is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards and is known for pioneering collaborations with some of the biggest names in dance, notably Sylvie Guillem. He has previously also collaborated with Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones, on a music video for U.N.K.L.E and the film adaptation of his Rodin Project, and with director Laura Falconer on the short film, Flow, which featured a dress by Iris van Herpen. Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones began working together in 1998, and have since produced unforgettable photo stories, installations and videos with some of the world’s most respected and innovative creatives, from Björk to Alexander McQueen. The two strive to combine surrealist fantasy with classic beauty, seeking to find, in their words, “those moments that are almost memories”. 14

Photography Rory Van Millingen Creative Direction Jerry Stafford

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Hair Raphael Salley at Streeters using Schwarzkopf Essence Ultime, developed with Claudia Schiffer; Make-up Laura Dominique at Streeters; Seamstress Charlotte Denn; Production Black Dog

Carys wears magnetic particle dress


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Aya wears Transformer halter dress, Bambi wears Transformer halter jumpsuit

ChoreographerS Aya Sato and Ryan Heffington Director Jacob Sutton

The dynamism of street dance charges a performance of precise hand gestures, graphic silhouettes and mirrored attitudes

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Performance Aya & Bambi Ever since starting his eponymous label in 1994, Hussein Chalayan has been celebrated for his multidisciplinary approach to fashion, incorporating the worlds of performance, design, art and technology into his pioneering oeuvre. He has also regularly worked with the medium of film – both to document the narrative of his clothing collections, and as an exclusively artistic practice. In 2005, he represented Turkey at the 51st Venice Biennale with a film starring Tilda Swinton. He has also exhibited solo shows at art galleries worldwide, from London’s Design Museum in 2009 to the Musée des Art Decoratifs in Paris in 2011. Aya & Bambi are a Japanese dance duo who have exploded onto the international scene. Beginning as a YouTube sensation, they have risen to prominence over the past year, recently dancing alongside Madonna. Dancers, photographers, choreographers and models, they have an individual and instantly recognisable style, and are known for bold and expressive performances. Their unity of style and dance, and sharply choreographed and high-energy routines, make Aya & Bambi a striking and exciting new talent. Ryan Heffington is a choreographer, artist and director, who weaves seamlessly between the commercial, art, music and concert worlds with his unique style of choreography. From heartfelt emotional content to camp humour, his work sews a story that is human and accessible. Major credits include two Grammy Video of the Year nominations – for Sia’s Chandelier and Arcade Fire’s We Exist – and winning an MTV VMA for Best Choreography of the Year for “Chandelier”. He has also collaborated with artists FKA Twigs, Sigur Rós, Lykke Li, Muse, Ke$ha, Little Dragon, and Icona Pop. Jacob Sutton is a London-based photographer and director, who has explored various aspects of contemporary dance culture in both his photographic and film work. He has contributed to publications including AnOther, Another Man, Numéro and Numéro Homme, and has worked on advertising campaigns for Armani, Lacoste, Burberry and Nike. He has directed numerous successful editorial films including L.E.D. Surfer and Lil Buck featured on NOWNESS. 18

Photography Jacob Sutton Styling Agata Belcen

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Hair Tina Outen at Streeters; Make-up Hiromi Ueda at Julian Watson Agency using MAC cosmetics; Manicure Zarra Celik at LMC Worldwide; Seamstress Charlotte Denn; Photographic assistant Jordan Grant; Digital technician David English; Retouching Spring Post; Styling assistant Chloe Grace Press; Hair assistant Laurence Walker; Make-up assistant Nobuko Meakawa; Production Laura Holmes Production


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CHOREOGRAPHER Marie-Agnès Gillot Director Daniel Askill

A propulsive drumbeat; a cavernous space; a ritual face-off. Radiating waves of energy, drummer and dancer build to a dramatic, air-borne crescendo

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Drumming George Barnett from These New Puritans While studying fashion at Central Saint Martins, Sarah Burton spent her placement year at Alexander McQueen in 1996, immediately rejoining the brand following her graduation in 1997. In 2000, she was made Head of Design for womenswear and in May 2010 was promoted to Creative Director of the brand, having worked alongside Lee McQueen for over 14 years. Her preservation of the brand’s aesthetic legacy is defined by its technical expertise and theatrical subversions. Burton’s work with the acclaimed fashion house has established her as one of the fashion industry’s greatest and most renowned designers. Marie-Agnès Gillot joined the Paris Opera Ballet School in 1985 and was accepted in the Corps de Ballet in 1989, rising through the ranks to became Étoile in 2004. She has interpreted the greatest roles in the classical and contemporary repertoire, and, in 2007, embarked on her own critically acclaimed choreographic work. After giving birth to her son in December 2013, she was back on stage just months later in Pina Bausch’s Orpheus and Euridyce. In 2015, Gillot will dance in creations by Benjamin Millepied and Wayne McGregor, and is also working on a new choreography in collaboration with Bianca Li. Daniel Askill is a New York-based, Australian filmmaker and visual artist, whose Grammy-nominated video with Sia for “Chandelier” has been seen by over half a billion people online. In 2001 he co-founded multidisciplinary studio Collider, which produced his award-winning short film We Have Decided Not To Die. His artwork has been shown at the Palais de Tokyo, London’s ICA and the Venice Biennale. He has directed music videos for artists including Paul McCartney, and campaigns for brands such as Dior. 22

Photography Sam Rock Styling Karen Langley

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Marie-Agnès wears lace gown with jet embroidery

Hair Peter Gray at Home Agency; Make-up Ciara O’Shea at LGA management; Seamstress Charlotte Denn; Styling assistant Tara Greville; Hair assistant Takayuki Shibata; Production Radical Media


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Nevena wears veiled tubular neoprene headrest-headdress, inspired by the seat of the Ford Vignale, and structured neoprene high-collar dress

Choreographer Jasmin Vardimon Director Matthew Donaldson Created with Ford Vignale

Hypnotic hand gestures and sinuous pen lines weave graceful, commingling paths in this elegant routine

Performance Nevena Jovanovic Over four decades, Stephen Jones has firmly rooted himself as an icon of British style and culture. From his presence on the 70s Soho Blitz Club scene to his collaborations with houses across the fashion landscape, his distinctive and radical aesthetic has marked him as the world’s most celebrated milliner. In 2009, he curated an “anthology” of hats for the Victoria & Albert Museum that broke worldwide attendance records. His hats have been collected by galleries and museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Louvre. Jasmin Vardimon has been a leading force in British dance theatre for 20 years, with a reputation for challenging, exciting and visually stunning dance. Born and raised on a Kibbutz in Israel, she moved to the UK after winning the British Council’s On the Way to London choreography award, and in the late 1990s founded the Jasmin Vardimon Company (previously Zbang). She has been Associate Artist of Sadler’s Wells since 2006, and throughout her career has been recognised with numerous prestigious awards. Matthew Donaldson was born in London and has been working as a photographer in Paris, New York, Milan and London for the last decade and a half. His clients include magazines such as English, French, American and Japanese Vogue, Wallpaper*, AnOther Magazine, W and GQ. He has shot advertising campaigns for many clients including Sony, Coca-Cola and Louis Vuitton. He spends a considerable amount of time working at the luxury end of the still-life world, working with Loewe, Louis Vuitton, William Welstead and Mr Porter amongst others. In the last three years he has ventured into moving image and completed several films for NOWNESS and many television commercials in the United States for Target. 26

Photography Lena C. Emery

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Styling Katie Shillingford; Hair Naoki Komiya at Julian Watson Agency; Make-up Adrian Pinault at Management + Artists using MAC cosmetics; Manicure Zarra Celik at LMC Worldwide; Seamstress Charlotte Denn; Photographic assistant Rachel Lamb; Styling assistant Isabelle Sayer; Hair assistant Fabio Petri; Make-up assistant Caroline Sims 28

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Ford Vignale is more than a car. Providing a perfect blend of product and experience, it aims to enhance every moment both inside the car and out. Time itself is a modern luxury. Ford Vignale advocates both time well spent and time well saved. We have created a modern take on premium, frictionless experiences coupled with fine materials and quality craftsmanship that create moments that matter for the customer. In the customer’s world, time is the jewel. Roelant de Waard, Vice President Marketing, Sales and Service, Ford of Europe, comments, “Vignale will be the highest expression of the Ford brand from a product perspective, but importantly also from a customer experience perspective. We want to offer customers privileged access to personalised, exclusive and timesaving services.” Innovative and expressive design are at the heart of the Ford Vignale experience, finding beauty in the finer details and appreciating the delivery of sheer quality through bespoke touches. The MOVEment project provides the perfect partnership for Ford Vignale to explore and express the themes of quality, design and craftsmanship. The ease and effortlessness that is integral to the Vignale ethos is shown in the MOVEment collaboration and brought to life through elegant design and exquisite dance. The Ford Vignale Mondeo is shown in public for the first time at the MOVEment launch, and the Ford Vignale S-MAX will be unveiled later in 2015. 30

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Film Credits Prada Director Kevin Frilet; Performance and choreography Dancers of Tanztheater Wuppertal: Clémentine Deluy, Scott Jennings, Daphnis Kokkinos, Eddie Martinez, Thusnelda Mercy, Julie Shanahan, Julie Anne Stanzak, Fernando Suels Mendoza, Anna Wehsarg, Paul White; Costume Prada; Music Arthur Simonini; Director of photography Nicolas Petris; Styling Agata Belcen, Nell Kalonji; Production company Psycho; Creative consultant Jerry Stafford; Executive producers Jill Caytan, Céline Quideau; Line producers Isabelle Labeylie, Charles Sels; Production coordinator Mina Endo; Location manager Olivier Berard; Legal and business affairs Camille Triomphe, Antoine Valette; Focus puller Quentin de Lamarzelle; Second assistant camera Erwan Dean; Gaffer Franck Barrault; Key grip Benjamin Rame; Sound engineer Guillaume Gonde; FX and propsmaster Damien Baroe; Editor Maxime Pozzi Garcia; Post production Saint Louis; Producer Louis Arcelin; Post production supervisor Aurélie Lobin, Daniel Rota; Colourist Sylvain Canaux; Flame artist Julien Aucouturier; Editing assistant Jean Philippe Mure; Music and sound design composed and performed by Arthur Simonini; Recorded at Chez Jean; Published by L’ Inlassable

Gareth Pugh Director Ruth Hogben; Choreography Wayne McGregor; Costume Gareth Pugh; Performance Daniela Neugebauer, Louis McMiller, James Pett, Fukiko Takase at Company Wayne McGregor; Creative consultant Carson McColl; Styling Katie Shillingford; Sound design Lexxx and SilverRoom; Producer Drue Bisley; Set design Thomas Petherick; Hair Naoki Komiya; Make-up Alex Box; Director of photography Edward Edwards; Lighting director Robin Brigham; Colourist Faith Millin at PG Commercial; Styling assistants Carolina Mizrahi, Isabelle Sayer; Set design assistants Alice Andrews, Ciara Helpin, Frances Hammerton; Hair assistant Sky Cripps Jackson; Make-up assistant Nicola Moores; Digital image technician Rich Simpson at First Light; Camera assistant Laura Falconer; Grip Alex Mott; Electrician Neil Blackman; Runners Wanda Martin and Felicia Scicluna

Calvin Klein Collection Director Daniel Arsham; Performance Jonah Bokaer, Julie Kent; Choreography Jonah Bokaer; Costume Calvin Klein Collection; Director of photography and editor Ben Louis Nicholas; Styling Nell Kalonji; Producer Courtney Andrialis; Associate producer Nadia Tahoun; Jonah Bokaer company manager Natasha Katerinopoulos; Set design Bagi Gorgiosk, Camilo Cadena; Hair and make-up Felicia Nelson; Gaffer Wayne McElroy; Key grip Matt Williams

Iris van Herpen Directors Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones; Choreography Russell Maliphant; Costumes Iris van Herpen; Music composed by Salvador Breed; Performance Carys Staton; Director of photography Magni Ágústsson; Creative director Jerry Stafford; In association with Psycho; Head of Psycho Céline Quideau; Producer Claire Barnier; Legal and business affairs Camille Triomphe, Antoine Vallette; Production Black Dog Films; Head of Black Dog Katie Dolan; Producer Jacob Swan Hyam; Production assistant Stephanie Werrell-Smyth; Art director Ezra Piers-Mantell; Make-up Laura Dominique; Hair Raphael Salley; WN studio manager Tom Brannigan; WN production assistant Izzy Macleod; Editor Thomas Goldser; Post production Saint George; Producer Bastien Harispe; VFX supervisor and lead flame artist James Sénade; Grading Khadija Fatmi; Flame artists Benjamin Laborde, Sarah Quilbé ; DIT Elodie Balaguer; Production coordinator Caroline Quilbé

Chalayan Directed by Jacob Sutton; Choreography Aya Sato and Ryan Heffington; Performance Aya & Bambi; Costume Chalayan; Soundtrack Mikeq; Cinematography Daniel Bronks; 1st assistant director Ben Glickman; Styling Agata Belcen; Editor Ruth Hegarty; Laura Holmes Production; Hair Tina Outen at Streeters; Make-up Hiromi Ueda at Julian Watson Agency using MAC; Manicure Zarra Celik at LMC Worldwide; Styling assistant Chloe Grace Press; Seamstress Charlotte Denn; Hair assistant Laurence Wlaker; Make-up assistant Nobuko Meakawa; Focus puller Ciro Canadia; 2nd assistant camera Nick Ball; Grips Ken Ashley Johnson, Jem Morton; Playback Von Adams; Digital image technician Joe Jameson; Gaffer Richard Oxley; Electricians Paul Kemp, Paul Molly, Lee Wilson; Rigger Graham Pretherick; Producer Laura Holmes; Production manager Pia Ebrill; Production assistants Tom Manaton and Camilla Hodson; Production runner Jack Driver; Offline producer Polly Kemp; Offline assistants Ed Cooper and Joan Gill-Amorim; Post production Hector Macleod and Johnny Fairburn; Flame operators Warren Gebhardt, Duncan Malcom, Sal Wilson; Colourist Matt Hare

Alexander McQueen Director Daniel Askill; Performance and choreography Marie-Agnès Gillot; Drummer George Barnett; Costume Alexander McQueen; Music These New Puritans; DOP Sebastian Winterø; Styling Karen Langley; Producer Ben Schneider; Styling assistant Tara Greville; Seamstress Charlotte Denn; Hair Peter Gray; Hair assistant Takayuki Shibata; Make-up Ciara O’Shea of LGA Management; Production manager Natalie Taylor; Production assistants Lucy Holmes, Franny Zywicki; 1st assistant director Lina Remeikaite; Focus puller Richard Ing; Steadicam Emilio Schläppi; DIT Jon Fensom; Gaffer Andy Parson; SFX Gavin; Wire Rig Kevin Welch; Video operator/Playback Dana Al-Mesnad; Talent assistant Sara Al-Mesnad; Editor Daniel Askill; Music These New Puritans; Post-production/VFX Collider/White Chocolate; Producer Olivia Hantken; Colourist Billy Wychgel; Production company Radical Media London/Collider

Stephen Jones Millinery Director Matthew Donaldson; Choreography Jasmine Vardimon; Performance Nevena Jovanovic; Costume Stephen Jones; Soundtrack Father Freddie; Styling Katie Shillingford; Costume assistant Annika Livesley; Cameraman Angus Hudson; AC/focus Ann Evelin Lawford; Stedicam Derek Walker; DIT Mark Kozlowski; Grip Dan Essex; Gaffer Paul Burns; Electricians Robert Brigham, Jason Reynier; Pre-production Alex Plaza; Editing Adam Aftanas; Hair Naoki Komiya at Julian Watson Agency; Make-up Adrien Pinault at Management + Artists using MAC cosmetics; Manicure Zarra Celik at LMC Worldwide; Assistant sound/tech Alice Fisher; Assistant/runner Sonia Vico Blanes; Styling assistant Isabelle Sayer; Hair assistant Fabio Petri; Make-up assistant Caroline Sims; Erika Tsubaki and the Ford Vignale team

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AnOther Editor in Chief Jefferson Hack Creative Director Laura Genninger, Studio 191 Editor Nancy Waters Fashion Director Katie Shillingford FASHION Senior Fashion Editors Agata Belcen and Sofia de Romarate Fashion Editor Nell Kalonji Fashion Coordinator Chloe Grace Press Fashion Assistant Isabelle Sayer PHOTOGRAPHY Photographic Director and Series Executive Producer Thea Charlesworth Series Producer Nathan Kerry Photographic Editor Holly Hay Assistant Photographic Producer Beth Mingay DESIGN Associate Art Director David Ortega, Studio 191 Graphic Designer Matthew Thibault, Studio 191 FEATURES Deputy Editor Laura Allsop Assistant Editor Tish Wrigley Fashion Writer Olivia Singer PRODUCTION Group Production Manager Genevieve Waites Production Controller Luke Kiley ADVERTISING Global Partnerships Director Nicole Elias Creative Projects Director Abi Sutton MARKETING, EVENTS AND PR Marketing Director Emma Sutton Events Manager Lucy Warwick PR & Branding Manager Hannah Moth Digital Marketing Coordinator Sean Carpenter Marketing and Events Assistant Alisha Crompton



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