Turning Tides

Fashion is awash with harsh truths: floods of environmental impacts, an insatiable thirst for newness at odds with calls to produce less but better, and seasons that no longer serve current climate models. But changing tides make way for a surge of ideas—an opportunity to breathe life back into the discounted and discarded, and to turn what was once forgotten into something new.

PHOTOGRAPHS BY NADINE IJEWERE

STYLING BY NATHAN KLEIN

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TALENT Hamda Kinzi (Present Model Management), Devontay, Dijon, Coumba, and Tommy Blue (Anti-Agency), Maya Gunn (NEXT Models), Karanjee Gaba (Supa Model Management), Qiao Wang, Khadija Kinzi MAKEUP Lucy Burt (LGA) HAIR Shiori Takahashi (Streeters) using Wella Professionals SET DESIGN Alice Andrews CASTING AAMØ Casting PRODUCTION Gabi Besevic-Simpson (CLM) ON-SET PRODUCTION Iain McCray Martin and Jake Collins (Shiny) PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANTS James Gilbert, Teddy Park, and Meshach Falconer-Roberts STYLING ASSISTANT Elena Scanagatta SET DESIGN ASSISTANT Phoebe McElhatton POST PRODUCTION Ben Pickett (Touch) SPECIAL THANKS The Lemonade Factory Studios

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Turning Tides

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