Conor Cunningham, The Doom Generation

Photography by Conor Cunningham
Styled by Matthew Joseph


Photography: Conor Cunningham @ lga management • Assisted by: Tom Porter, Jody Evans and Chris Kennedy • Styling: Matthew Joseph @ Mini Title • Assisted by: Anja Maye • Hair: Amidat Giwa @ Bryant Artists • Assisted by: Avrelle Delissier • Make-up: Laura Dominique @ Streeters • Casting: Emilie Åström @ Creartvt • Assisted by: Maria Pablo Feliz • Models: Louis Baines @ Kate Moss Agency, Akima @ Nevs. Set Design: Stefania Lucchesi @ Saint Luke • Assisted by: Ciara Reddy • Stunts: Zana cousins Greenwood @ The Stampede Stunts Company • Horse handler: Karl Greenwood @ The Stampede Stunts Company • Production: The Production Factory.

Previous image: Double breasted leather coat, Prada. This image: Cropped boxy crew-neck sweater in stipped silk cashmere, Celine by Hedi Slimane. Scarf, Liberty’s London. Next image: Left to right: Leather jacket and boots, Miu Miu. Jeans, stylist’s own. Jacket, corset and shoes, Versace. Bandana, Knickers and socks, Pip Paz-Howlett. Belt, stylist’s own. Coat, Pip Paz-Howlett. Zipped sweat in jersey, jean in destroyed denim and boots in gold sequins, Celine Homme. Hat, Anja Maye.

Next image: Left to right: Shirt, rachel auburn from the contemporary wardrobe. Shorts and necklace, Alessandra Rich. Socks, Pip Paz-Howlett. Shoes and suspender belt, stylists’s own. Sunglasses, Vivienne Westwood. Jumper, the contemporary wardrobe. Jean’s, Levi’s, Boots, Stylist’s own. Hat, Anja Maye. Shoes, Acne Studios.

This image: Earrings, stylist’s own. Next image: Shirt, Pip Paz-Howlett. Trousers, the contemporary wardrobe. Boots, Stylist’s own.


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