Approaches to the History of Art

Photography ALASDAIR McLELLAN
Fashion JOE McKENNA
Model EDIE [email protected] LONDON

All clothes throughout the story J.W. ANDERSON;
backpack NIKE

Hair LUKE HERSHESON; Make Up LUCIA PICA; Photography Assistance GARETH POWELL, LEX KEMBERY; Post Production OUTPUT; Production RAGI DHOLAKIA

Special thanks to Rachel Lloyd @ The Victoria and Albert Museum

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