Since landing on the London design scene in spring of 2013, menswear designer ALEX MULLINS has become known for his self-contained fabricated realities which nevertheless evoke a sense of the familiar. His obsession with Americana is clear; References to 1950s Baltimore, native American biker gangs, cowboys, and surreal patchwork are all rooted in archetypal images, imbuing his designs with a cinematic quality. 032c commissioned an editorial of Mullins’ work by photographer NICOLE MARIA WINKLER and choreographer AARON SILLIS. Shot in a south London house left untouched since the 1970s, the series is framed as a visual exploration of the connection between body language, performance and dance. Model Pat Boguslawski features as the protagonist, seemingly melting into the shag carpeting and wood panelling. A video shot by Winkler accompanies the editorial.