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Wide eyes, tense muscles, goose-bumped skin and sweat-dotted brows: Regardless of whether it’s out of love or fear, there’s no surer way of witnessing the electricity coursing through someone’s veins than by observing adrenaline’s physical manifestations.

Hair Terri Capon at Stella Creative Artists
Makeup Amy Conley at Stella Creative Artists
Models Anne-Mette at The Hive Management, Sahin at Wilhelmina Models, Bruna at Next Model Management, Gauderic at AMCK Models, Jeroen at Elite Model Management and Tom Webb at Nevs Model Agency
Production We Are Up Production
Special thanks to Thomas Howard

  • Photography:
    Neil Bedford
  • Styling:
    Aradia Crockett
  • Casting:
    Sarah Bunter

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  • Photography:
    Neil Bedford
  • Styling:
    Aradia Crockett
  • Casting:
    Sarah Bunter
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