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Crimson with burgundy, indigo with cobalt, mustard with cornflower, cerulean with turquoise: Unless you’ve equipped your life with Pantone swatches, you’ll never find a perfect palette match, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the evocative power of color’s hue-and-fro.

Photographer’s Assistant Joseph Seresin
Photographer’s Assistant Bruno Baptista
Hair Paul Donovan at CLM using Bumble and Bumble
Makeup Linda Andersson
Models Stephan and Yan at PRM, Alys and Alex at IMG, Vanessa at Elite London and Phillip at Nevs
Production We Are Up Production
Special thanks to Thomas Howard
* The colors of these items have been altered for this editorial

  • Photography:
    Pelle Crépin
  • Styling:
    Ruth Higginbotham
  • Casting:
    Sarah Bunter

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  • Photography:
    Pelle Crépin
  • Styling:
    Ruth Higginbotham
  • Casting:
    Sarah Bunter
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