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Anuk wears Dress, Jewellery and Coat by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Dress, Shoes and Jewellery by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Dress, Jewellery by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Dress, Shoes, Jewellery and Coat by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Dress, Shoes and Jewellery by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Dress, Jewellery and Shoes by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Dress and Jewellery by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Dress, Jewellery and Coat by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Suit, Scarf and Coat by WIZARDS VINTAGE
Anuk wears Suit, Scarf and Coat by WIZARDS VINTAGE

The Single Girl

Photography Graeme Wyllie
Styling & Production by Karin Orzol
Makeup by Les Whitby at Lampost
Hair by Saadique Ryklief
Featuring Anuk at Boss Models
Layout by  Letitia Lerm
We were initially inspired by Tom Ford’s directorial debut: “A Single Man”.  We took inspiration from the styling but also the final line in the film when George puts away the gun and speaks of rediscovering the ability “to feel, rather than think.”  Our minds fresh with the effects of isolation in our respective lockdowns, the story began to evolve and includes the slow decline of the mind under the loneliness of isolation.  The standing lamp became a symbol of her emotional state – we would’ve burnt it if we could.
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