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Fashion Film: Aquelarre #2

by Nick Knight on 16 February 2015

Discover the short horror vignette behind the uncanny still, and click here to go deeper into the unfortunate history that inspired it. Milly wears body, boots and headpiece by Gareth Pugh, Lexi wears coat by James Kelly.

Discover the short horror vignette behind the uncanny still, and click here to go deeper into the unfortunate history that inspired it. Milly wears body, boots and headpiece by Gareth Pugh, Lexi wears coat by James Kelly.

Direction:
Fashion:
Gareth Pugh, James Kelly
Models:
Milly Simmonds, Lexi Boling
Fashion Direction:
Hair:
Shon
Film Edit:
Set Design:
Sound Design:
Casting:
Chaos Fashion and Piergiorgio Del Moro
Production:
Kate Wigall, Chaos Fashion
Photographic Assistance:
Markn Ogue, Britt Lloyd, Laura Falconer, James Stopforth and Claude Legge
Fashion Assistance:
Charlotte Roberts, Grace Quinn and Georgia Medley Hair Assistance: Ryuta Saiga
Make-up Assistance:
Josh Wilks, Chloé le Drezen, Shelley Blaze and Marina Keri
Nail Assistance:
Jennie Nippard
Set Design Assistance:
Meriel Hunt and Ava Asadi
Artistic Consultancy:
Tailoring:
Jackie Lyall
Lighting:
Direct Photographic
Special thanks to:
GARAGE Magazine, Sir Thomas Stockdale, Wendy Ambrose-Roberts, Shaun Wiggall, Joy Wiggall, Samantha Ambrose, Scott Ambrose-Roberts, Martin Ambrose, Filipina Navaro, Oliver Kinkaid, Paul Davies, Jon Webb, Steve Rawlings, Polly Moore, John Moore, Debbie Hall and Jozeph Mirza

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